Gujarat University Exam Schedule 2014

Gujarat University Exam Schedule 2014
Gujarat university exam schedule 2014 available at  www.gujaratuniversity.org.in, gujarat university external exam time table 2014, gujarat university question papers 2014, gujarat university result 2014. 



 
Gujarat University, Ahmedabad, Announced  Final undergraduate and postgraduate(UG/PG) examinations Schedule will be held from March 19 to May 8, 2014. The GU will be conducting the examination in five phases. Gujarat University's Nearly four lakh students from various faculties including arts, commerce, science, education, law and others will be appearing in the examinations. Although the dates have been announced yet vice-chancellor M N Patel said that the second and third phase examinations might be changed after the Lok Sabha election schedule is announced. Gujarat University Provide Detailed Time Table/Examination Schedule 2014 at http://www.gujaratuniversity.org.in. 





The first phase of the examination will be conducted from March 19 to 26. First year, second year, arts commerce and science, BBA and BCA examinations will be conducted during this time. The second phase will held from March 27 to April 4. During this stage, third year, old course, B Com, BBA, BCA final year students will take the exams. The third phase will be conducted from April 7 to 19. During this phase, semester six and post-graduate semester IV examinations will be conducted. The fourth phase, which includes the under-graduate second semester, will be held from April 21 to 29. The fifth phase consisting of semester I and post-graduate level examinations will begin from April 30 to May 8.



The Gujarat University was conceived in the nineteen twenties in the minds of public-spirited and learned men like Gandhiji, Sardar Patel, Acharya Anandshankar B. Dhruva, Dada Saheb Mavlankar, Kasturbhai Lalbhai and many others. However, the University could come into existence only after the achievement of independence.In 1949, the University was incorporated under the Gujarat University Act of the State Government ‘as a teaching and affiliating University.’  This was done as a measure of decentralisation and reorganization of University education in the then Province of Bombay. 


During the course of its life of more than five decades, the University has seen the establishment of seven more Universities which were carved out of the jurisdiction of the Gujarat University, viz., Sardar Patel University, Saurashtra University, Bhavnagar University, South Gujarat University, Gujarat Ayurveda University, Gujarat Agricultural University and North Gujarat University.   Even then, the Gujarat University is the largest university in the state catering to the needs of higher education of more than two lakh students scattered over 235 colleges, 15 recognised institutions and 24 approved institutions. There are 34 Post-Graduate University departments and 221 P.G. Centres. 





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