KATHMANDU:– Tribhuvan University is not soon going to run its postponed and scheduled exams.
According to Examination Controller Pushpa Raj Joshi, though University was preparing to conduct the semester-based exams from 1st September and annual based exams from mid-September, they were postponed for time being due to increasing threat of a pandemic.
He added that the exams would be conducted only after the situation turns to normalcy and the concerned Dean Offices will make appropriate decisions to this effect. Meanwhile, the TU is has been publishing the results of different semesters, levels, and years of different faculties during the ongoing lockdown. Joshi added that only eight exams conducted before lockdown are waiting for the result publication.
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