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BPUT Odd Semester Exams Rescheduled Due cyclone Yaas and its after-effects

Rourkela: The Biju Patnaik University of Technology (BPUT) on Monday announced the postponement of its scheduled odd semester (Regular/Back) online examinations on account of the cyclone Yaas and its after-effects.

The examinations scheduled to be held on May 29, 31, and June 1 and 2 have been rescheduled for a later period.

“The examinations of odd semester on-line (Regular / Back) Examinations: 2020-21 which were scheduled to be held on 29.05.2021, 31.05.2021, 01.06.2021 and 02.06.2021 are hereby postponed on account of Post Yaas Cyclone effect,” the varsity said in a notification.

The varsity authorities have rescheduled all the postponed examinations between June 4 and 17

The new dates are as follows:

Old Date       New Date

24.05.2021   04.06.2021 (Friday)

25.05.2021   05.06.2021 (Saturday)

26.05.2021   07.06.2021 (Monday)

27.05.2021   08.06.2021 (Tuesday)

28.05.2021   09.06.2021 (Wednesday)

29.05.2021   11.06.2021 (Friday)

31.05.2021   12.06.2021 (Saturday)

01.06.2021   16.06.2021 (Wednesday)

02.06.2021   17.06.2021 (Thursday)

The authorities said no separate e-Admit card will be issued for the examinations

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