SPPU to give 2 Days Gaps between 2 Papers & 15 min Extra Time for Offline Exam

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SPPU to give 2 Days Gaps between 2 Papers & 15 min Extra Time for Offline Exam

PUNE, 9th June 2022: Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) recently published much-awaited guidelines circular for summer examination 2022. Students are in a dilemma before this. So much confusion is on what is the mode of this exam. But officials ended this debate this Sunday. That is Pune university is going with the offline examinations which are starting from june 20.

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Along with this, Pune University has published Exam Guidelines Circular keeping in mind the Summer Exams. Today we will discuss the released 3 main points.

SPPU has kept a gap of 2 days between 2 papers keeping in mind the time for the study of the students. The students union had also issued a demand for this. Now, the main thing is students would be given 15 min extra time for every hour of the examination.

The third thing is point number 16. Point number 16 has issued some doubts about this. It was told that after colleges check papers, from the first day itself, the answer sheets will be submitted to the university immediately. So we have clear this doubt. FY & SY – BA, B.com, and BSC stream papers will check at the college level.


Also, Read: SPPU Summer Exams 2022: Question Bank available by next Monday: Mahesh Kakde


Pune University has raised many issues regarding the question paper as well. The previous year’s question papers are already uploaded on unipune website. This question bank will be helpful for 2015 pattern students but it is not updated for all 2019 pattern students.

We have checked from some sources that the university can publish the question bank in the next 2 days. Now students are going to get extra material for study from the previous year’s question bank. Students of the university can also ask about their doubts about their respective colleges & teachers to resolve their issues.

Now the examination is going to be offline. Dr. Mahesh Kakade Director, Board of Examinations and Evaluation Powers and Duties in meeting with Maharashtra technical and higher education minister Uday Samant decided on the mode of the exam. The students union & activists also urge requests to the Bombay high court for commonality on all universities.

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