Magadh University Releases Exam Schedule For Post Graduation And Graduation Students

CBCS students are provided with a curriculum comprising prescribed courses.

Magadh University has unveiled the examination schedule for the first semester of the 4-year CBCS course, spanning the session 2023-27.

The Magadh University has revised the deadline for submitting examination forms for MA, MSc, MCom, and Graduation Third Section exams. For the Second Semester of the 2021-23 session and the Third Semester of the 2020-22 and 2019-21 sessions, postgraduate MA, MSc, and MCom students who missed the initial deadline now have an extended opportunity to submit their examination forms and fees with a late fee until December 14. Forms can be submitted in colleges until December 13 and at the university headquarters until December 14.

Additionally, for Graduation Third Section Session 2020-23 exams, the initial deadline for submitting examination forms and fees was set for December 12 in colleges and December 15 at the university headquarters, with no late fee. However, considering students’ interests, the University has extended the deadline until December 14 without a late fee and until December 17 with a late fee in colleges. At the university headquarters, the new deadlines are December 16 without a late fee and December 18 with a late fee.

Magadh University has unveiled the examination schedule for the first semester of the 4-year CBCS course, spanning the session 2023-27. The exams for this undergraduate program, which follows a choice-based credit system, will commence on December 19 and conclude on December 24. The four-year CBCS structure has been adopted across all state universities, including Magadh University, for BA, BSc, and BCom courses, organized into eight semesters starting from the academic session 2023-27.

The first semester exams for the 2023-24 academic session at Magadh University are scheduled to commence on December 19. The Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) curriculum integrates multidisciplinary courses, skill enhancement, ability enhancement, value-added components, internships, and research projects alongside major and minor courses. The BA, BSc, and BCom programs are structured into eight semesters. CBCS students are provided with a curriculum comprising prescribed courses, including Major, Minor, Skill Enhancement, Ability Enhancement, and other relevant components.

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