Kerala University Exam Postponed Latest News 2021/Tomorrow!! The examinations of all universities in Kerala have been canceled due to rising cases of corona virus. All the exams being scheduled by the universities have been postponed following the intervention of the governor of the province, Arif Mohammad Khan.
Universities that have postponed the examinations include APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University, University of Kerala, Calicut University, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kochi, University of Cochin Science and Technology, Kerala University of Health Sciences, Malayalam University and Kerala Veterinary and Veterinary Sciences University.
According to the governor’s office of the state, the vice-chancellors have been requested to postpone all offline examinations from the governor. The governor has suggested that new dates be given after assessing the situation arising out of the corona virus.
All the offline examinations scheduled for undergraduate and postgraduate in all the colleges falling under Kerala Veterinary and Veterinary University have been postponed from April 20. The new dates for the examinations will be announced later.
Congress MP Shashi Tharoor had taken up the issue with the Governor in a letter in which he said that he received hundreds of representations from students of Kerala University, Kerala Technological University, Calicut University, Mahatma Gandhi University, CUSAT, the Kerala University of Health Sciences, the College of Agriculture in Vellayani, and from LLB students who have to take examinations statewide between April 19 and April 28.
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