Updated: July 21, 2016 4:26:25 pm
Punjabi University’s BA 1st semester examination result 2016 is all set to be declared on June 4 at the varsity’s official website – punjabiuniversity.ac.in.
Established in Patiala on April 30, 1962, the university is the largest in the state. The varsity has a sprawling campus. It has about 500 teachers and about 9,000 students, on an average, across 65 teaching and research departments and 166 affiliated colleges, in addition to five regional centres and six neighborhood campuses.
Punjabi university offers short term linguistic courses. It also has a Department of Gurmat Sangeet which specializes exclusively on Gurubani – a form of devotional music.
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The university offers bachelors programmes in English, punjabi, social science, journalism, mathematics and computing, social sciences, dance, computer science, statistics, television and film production, pharmacy, physiotherapy and tourism and travel management, and hotel management, along with B.Tech programmes in civil, CSE, ECE and ME subjects.
The varsity offers masters programmes in business administration, commerce, botany, economics, english, economics, education, fine arts, hindi, history, indian dances, journalism and mass communication, persian, philosophy, political science, public administration and punjabi, among others.
Steps to check the Punjabi University BA Result 2016:
Log on to the official website of the Punjabi University
Go to the ‘Examination/Results’ section
Click on the ‘PU BA 1st Semester Result 2016’ link
You will be redirected to a new page where you will be required to enter your details as specified on the hall ticket
Your result will be displayed when you click on ‘Submit’
Save a copy of the results on your computer and take a printout as well for future use
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