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Academic Calender

Academic Calender 2021-2022
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    Notification Academic Calender 2021-2022

The Bachelor's Degree Programme shall be spread over four academic years (i.e. minimum Eight Regular Semesters) as per the rules and regulations of the university and other regulatory bodies. Each academic year shall consist of two regular teaching semesters i.e.; Fall and Spring and an optional (Summer) semester. In case of regular semesters (i.e. Fall and Spring) there shall be sixteen weeks of teaching while in case of Summer semester, there shall be 8 weeks of teaching. The breakup of a complete academic year will be as under:

Fall Semester

  • Duration
    Fall Semester
  • 8 weeks

    Teaching

  • 1 week

    Mid Semester Exam

  • 1 week

    Mid Semester Break

  • 8 weeks

    Teaching

  • 3 weeks

    End Semester Exam (Theory + Practical)

  • 1 week

    Semester Break

Spring Semester

  • Duration
    Spring Semester
  • 8 weeks

    Teaching

  • 1 week

    Mid Semester Exam

  • 1 week

    Mid Semester Break

  • 8 weeks

    Teaching

  • 3 weeks

    End Semester Exam (Theory + Practical)

  •   9 weeks
    Summer Vacations / Summer Semester
  • 52 weeks
    Total for a complete year:

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The Director Academics shall prepare the academic schedule of complete year in consultation with the Deans, Chairmen of academic departments, Controller of Examinations, Director Student Affairs and Director Sports. Director Academics shall notify this after approval from Vice Chancellor. The academic schedule will include the following:

(i) Semester registration date
(ii) Semester starting date
(iii) Mid semester examination week
(iv) End semester examination weeks

Students shall be responsible to meet the requirements and deadline published for each semester in the academic calendar. Students shall also expect to know and adhere to the rules, regulations, course loads and policies of the University as well as those of the departments in which they are enrolled.