1. Can I take the exams from my Home / Office ?

No. You cannot take the examinations from any other locations other than the centre to which you are allocated. Though the system provides access to the examination system from other locations for activities like mock tests, the exams cannot be taken from any other locations.
2. Centre Allocation ?

The centres will be allocated by the examination department based on several factors including the number of students in a particular location and the nearest centre available. In case, the centre allocated is inconvenient, please contact us and we will try to allocate alternate locations, in case they are available. Please write or call us.
3. Can I postpone the exam by a few days ?

No. You have to take the exams on the designated date and slotted time. No relaxation is allowed by the University.
4. Can I take the exams later if I miss this opportunity ?

Yes. You may take the exams subsequently as and when they are scheduled next. This is likely to be once is six months in the case of semester programs.
5. What does a student need to carry to the Exam Center ?

The Student needs to carry the Hall ticket and a valid Photo Identity of himself. There is no need to carry anything else to the Exam Center.
6. How many attempts are allowed for me to complete my course ?

There is no limit on the number of attempts that you can take. However, please note that you may not attempt the exams after the maximum period for completion of the course has elapsed. For example, if you are taking a 2 year MBA program, the maximum allowed time duration for completing the program is 4 years and you will need to clear all exams within the four year period. It may be noted that the re-examnation fee shall be applicable each time you make an attempt.
7. What happens if I have not submitted the Assignments ?

Assignments constitute 25% of the total of 100 Marks and the remaining 75 Marks are for the examinations. You will need to get 40% each in internal and final exam. In case, you need some clarifications, write in to us
8. What is the difference between Online, Correspondence and Regular Face-to-face instructional formats ?

Online, Correspondence and regular Face-to-face degrees/programs from accredited Universities offer instructions in the areas where the student has enrolled for. However, in Regular Face-to-face programs, you have to attend physical classes and follow a time-table. Whereas in online courses, you get an opportunity to view videos, take assignments, etc. anytime anywhere and from any device.

The Correspondence courses provided by a University offers similar flexibility but lack in terms of content delivery (only printed study material provided with limited contact programs) and interactivity. The Online programs are suited to meet the needs of flexibility, high quality, affordability and high interactivity.