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    COVID-19 Scare: Tezpur University cancels Entrance Examination

    Merit list for admission will be prepared based on the marks secured in the qualifying examinations

    Guwahati: The Tezpur University has decided not to conduct the entrance examination for all programs through Tezpur University Entrance Examination (TUEE) this year.

    The admission of students will be based on their performance in qualifying examinations, said the office of the Controller of Examinations of the university on Wednesday.

    The entrance exam which was scheduled to be held during from May 29 to May 31 had to be postponed several times owing to COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown all over the country.

    “Unfortunately, there is no sign of improvement in the situation in the country in general and Assam in particular. Due to the prevailing situation, it is difficult for the aspiring candidates, invigilators and university representatives to reach the test centres located in different parts of the country and abroad to conduct the examination,” said TU authority.

    Merit list for admission will be prepared based on the marks secured in the qualifying examinations, it said.

    The candidates who have submitted online application for admission will be required to submit their mark sheets/grade cards of qualifying examinations along with grade to percentage of marks conversion formula in case of the grading system and other relevant certificates through same login id used earlier for submission of the online application form.

    “The provision for online submission of mark sheets/grade cards etc. will be intimated to the candidates through SMS to their registered mobiles or by e-mail shortly,” it added.

    The last date for uploading the document is July 31, 2020.


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