Hyderabad: The University of Hyderabad (UoH) will conduct its nationwide entrance examination for admission to various post-graduate and research courses between September 24 and 26.
“The University is going ahead with this schedule after the Supreme Court gave its nod to holding of JEE and NEET,” said UoH vice-chancellor Appa Rao Prodile.
Over 62,000 candidates will appear for the entrance exam at 38 centres across the country.
According to Prodile, the university is planning to complete the admission process and start classes for new students by first week of November.
The vice-chancellor also stated that about 2,000 post-graduate students in the ongoing batch started online classes from August 20.
Online instruction will be primarily in the asynchronous mode. Many students have been lacking behind due to poor internet connectivity and lack of digital equipments required for online classes.
A high-powered task force, constituted by the university to prepare a roadmap for resumption of academic activities, has recommended phased return of about 500 research scholars in the Science schools who work in wet labs and conduct crucial experimental research.