MP Breaking UG and PG admissions will start from 1st August; First year engineering classes will start from 15th September, second, third and fourth year from 2nd August | Admission in UG and PG from August 1; Engineering second, third and final year classes will start from August 2, first year from September 15

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  • MP Breaking UG And PG Admissions Will Start From 1st August; First Year Engineering Classes Will Start From 15th September, Second, Third And Fourth Year From 2nd August

BhopalOne hour agoAuthor: Anoop Dubey

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The road map for higher education was prepared in the meeting of the Group of Ministers.

  • Admission in engineering will be given on the basis of JEE Mains and 12th result

Colleges are going to be unlocked in Madhya Pradesh. A new academic session calendar has been prepared after discussion in the meeting of the Group of Ministers on Monday. Now it will be released soon. According to this, admission for UG first year and PG first semester will start from August 1. The admission process for UG second and third year and PG third semester will run from August 1 to 30, 2021. The new session for UG 1st, 2nd, 3rd year and PG 1st and 3rd semester will start from 01st September.

On the advice of District Disaster Management Committee, according to the college wise timetable, classes will be conducted with 50% students. In practical classes also 50% students will be present. Classes will start in a phased manner with the arrival of hostel and library students. Second, third and final year engineering classes will be held from August 2 in the new session of technical educational institutions. The first year engineering classes will start from September 15.

this is the calendar

  • First, second and third year diploma classes from August 17
  • ITI second year classes from July 12
  • ITI’s first year classes from August 16
  • Admission in first year engineering will be done on the basis of JEE Mains and 12th result of Madhya Pradesh Higher Secondary Board.
  • The High School Result will be considered as the basis for admission to the First Year Diploma. Admission in ITI will be completed by July 31.

Students will be given training in Corona Pandemic Management

Paramedical degree/diploma eligibility tests will be held in June-July. Paramedical certificate examinations will be held in July. The examinations of B.Sc and M.Sc Nursing will be conducted by Madhya Pradesh University of Medical Sciences in July. For admission in graduation and post graduation under medical and dental education, NEET, UG/PG examinations will be conducted by the state government after the session. Classes will run offline. In view of the third wave of Corona, the students will be given training in Corona pandemic management for the first 15 days.

Result will be released in August

In the recommendations presented by the GoM, in relation to the open book examination and examination results under the Department of Higher Education, it was told that the results of graduation third year and post graduation in July 2021, graduation first / second and post graduation second year examinations in July 2021 and The Graduation First/Second Year and Post Graduation Second Year Result will be released in August 2021.

Classes will be held in groups of 6-6 students on clinical subjects

Admissions for the academic session 2021-22 in institutions related to AYUSH will be through online counseling after the result of NEET exam 2021. AYUSH course classes will continue to be conducted in online mode. Physical presence in the campus for clinical subjects will be ensured by forming groups of 6-6 students.

All the examinations under AYUSH will be conducted in offline mode. BAMS examinations will be conducted from 7 July to 25 August, BHMS examinations from 30 June to 24 July and BUMS examinations from 30 June to 30 July.

All students of 18 years will get the vaccine

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that it is mandatory to ensure 100% vaccination of all students above 18 years of age in all educational activities and to follow covid friendly behavior in educational campuses. Those who will not be vaccinated, should not be allowed to enter the premises.

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