UG, PG and engineering colleges will reopen for 2021-22 academic year by Oct 4: Ashwath Narayan


Team Udayavani, Jan 20, 2021, 8:35 AM IST

Bengaluru: The Higher Education Department has issued a draft academic calendar for 2021-22 for UG, PG, and engineering programmes.

This was decided during a meeting with Vice-Chancellors of State-run universities which was presided over by Deputy Chief Minister and Higher Education Minister C.N. Ashwath Narayan on Tuesday, January 19.

According to the draft, colleges will reopen for the 2021-22 academic year by October 4. However, Narayan said that the draft would be finalised once they receive feedback from stakeholders.

UG programmes

According to the draft, fifth semester UG exams for 2020-21 will end by March 31 and classes for the sixth will start on April 1.

The exams will end by August 31 and results are to be announced by September 10. Exams of I and III semesters will end by April 30, and classes for their next semester will start by May 2. Their exams are expected to be completed by September 30.

Reopening of colleges for semesters I, III and V for 2021-22 is expected by October 4. Their exams are expected to end by February 28 and classes start the next day. The exams of semesters II, IV and VI will end by July 31.

Engineering

Classes for final-semester engineering in Karnataka likely to start on April 1

Semester VII exams will end by March 31 and eighth semester will start on April 1. Results of the VIII semester are expected by September 10. Reopening is expected by October 4.

PG programmes

Semester III exams will end by March 31 and the next semester will start on April 1. First semester exams will end by April 30 and II semester will start on May 2.

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