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Date clash: MSU yet to decide on Commerce Faculty exam dates

M S university (MSU) authorities are yet to take any decision on the dates of the Commerce Faculty annual examination for the year 2008-09.

Written by Express News Service | Vadodara |
January 30, 2009 12:26:50 am

M S university (MSU) authorities are yet to take any decision on the dates of the Commerce Faculty annual examination for the year 2008-09.

At a meeting held between MSU Commerce Dean Prof Ashok Hingorani and MSU Pro-Vice Chancellor Prof S M Joshi,it was decided to wait for the annual exam dates for a few

days.

The reason being cited is that the dates for the Lok Sabha elections are yet to be declared.

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The counting of votes is generally done at the MSU Commerce Faculty.

Prof Joshi said: “The dates for the Lok Sabha elections will be announced in a few days. The varsity has decided to wait for the election dates; the reason being that it is the Commerce Faculty where the counting of votes is done. The varsity does not want the dates to coincide with the elections.”

Prof Hingorani said in the same vein that there were no issues about the postponement of exams at the Commerce Faculty during the Gujarat Assembly polls.

The Gujarat Assembly polls were scheduled during November,but it is likely that the Lok Sabha polls and the exams will coincide in April,he said.

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