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Madras HC Grants Time to State to Submit Details on Cancellation of College Arrear Examinations - (05 Feb 2021)

EDUCATION

Madras High Court has granted four more weeks for the State government to collate and submit details regarding the decisions taken by various universities in the State with regard to conduct of college arrear examinations which the government had ordered to cancel citing the threat of COVID-19.

Tags : MADRAS HIGH COURT   CANCELLATION OF COLLEGE ARREAR EXAMINATIONS  

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