Yearly, end-semester and entrance examinations shall be conducted in this campus.
Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University (CSJMU), commonly known as Kanpur University, has initiated multiple measures to upgrade its existing resources and infrastructure. As per reports, the newly constructed examination centre at the university comes with a capacity to hold tests for around 3,000 students. Expected to conduct examinations for students from both degree and professional courses, this new complex shall benefit the students and administration, alike.
Students from blacklisted colleges to sit for tests at this centre
This new complex has been developed to hold yearly and semester exams for the students. It will be providing facilities to those students, whose examination centre could not be established due to some reason. Additionally, students of blacklisted colleges and institutes which are refusing to conduct examination will be sitting for their tests in this hall. As per the current provisions, the centre can conduct examinations for 3,000 pupils at a given time through 3 schedules.
Centre to conduct entrance examinations for various courses too
Reportedly, the registrar and examination controller, Dr Anil Kumar Yadav informed that this new complex shall also facilitate entrance examination for aspirants of L.L.B., M.C.A., M.B.A., Hotel Management and other courses, being offered by the university. Starting operations from the upcoming academic session 2021-22, this centre will commence benefitting students July onwards.
By developing this hall, the university has relieved itself of the strenuous task of spotting multiple centres. Earlier, the university administration had to look for suitable places to be converted into examination centre in varsity premises and degree colleges.