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WEST BENGAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
BF-142, Sector- 1, Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700 064.

No. COE/2468/12/12-3/1 To The Principal/Director of all Affiliated Colleges under WBUT/Schools of WBUT.

Date: 12- 03 -12

RE: NOTIFICATION and IMPORTANT DATES FOR Even Semester Examinations, 2012. The University will not make any exception in following the deadline under different operations. This may be brought to the notice of all concerned. Sl. No. 2 and Sl. No. 3 & 4 may be followed carefully for new mechanism. Details 1. Submission of requisition for answer scripts by colleges. Date March 30, 2012

2. Last date of submission of list of students for clearing backlog papers (to be made by college both in hard and soft copy) certified by the April 19, 2012 Head of the Institute regarding eligibility for issuing Admit Cards (Section 4.3 of Chapter II: (Backlog) with requisite fees and Forms (semester-wise) to WBUT. (For Academic Regulations, Part - 1 all UG and PG courses). of First Regulations, WBUT may be referred in this regard) N.B: Each Form and page of certified list must carry the signature of the Head of the Institute. 3. Last date of submission of requisition for Question papers (coursewise and subject-wise) for all courses (UG & PG) by colleges. N.B. Requirement on Elective papers must be mentioned clearly by indicating the paper name and code 4. Last date of submission of list of regular students (to be made by college both in hard and soft copy) certified by the Head of the Institute regarding eligibility for issuing Admit Cards with requisite fees (semester-wise) to WBUT. (For all UG and PG courses). Forms (available in www.wbut.net) filled by the students must be retained by the Principal/Director of the college, which may be requisitioned by the Office of the COE at any point of time. N.B: Each page of certified list must carry the signature of the Head of the Institute. 5. Issue of Admit Cards and stationary items (envelopes & markssheets for processing Internal marks) to Colleges by WBUT. Graph sheets and drawing papers need to be procured by Colleges 6. Practical/Laboratory Tests (to be conducted by respective colleges) for all UG and PG courses between: 7. Even Semester Theory examinations for all UG and PG courses between: 8. Last date of submission of Internal marks (both for UG & PG courses) to COE's office, WBUT. May 10 and 11, 2012 April 19, 2012

April 19, 2012

May 14 – May 19, 2012 May 22 – June 09, 2012 May 30, 2012

Sd/Controller of Examinations

WEST BENGAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
BF- 142, Saltlake, Kolkata- 64

Proposed Schedule of Final/Even Semester Theory Examinations, 2012
Dates 22 – 05 – 2012 Tuesday 23 – 05 – 2012 Wednesday 24 – 05 – 2012 Thursday 25 – 05 – 2012 Friday 26 – 05 – 2012 Saturday 28 – 05 -2012 Monday 29 – 05 – 2012 Tuesday 30 – 05 – 2012 Wednesday 31 – 05 – 2012 Thursday 01 – 06 – 2012 Friday 02 – 06 – 2012 Saturday 04 – 06 – 2012 Monday 05 – 06 – 2012 Tuesday 06 – 06 – 2012 Wednesday 07 – 06 – 2012 Thursday 08 – 06 – 2012 Friday    1st Half
(10:00 am – 1: 00 pm)

2 nd Half
(2.00 pm – 5:00 pm)

2 nd Semester Examinations 4th Semester Examinations 2 nd Semester Examinations 4th Semester Examinations 2 nd Semester Examinations 4th Semester Examinations 2 nd Semester Examinations 4th Semester Examinations 2 nd Semester Examinations 4th Semester Examinations 2 nd Semester Examinations 4th Semester Examinations 2 nd Semester Examinations 4th Semester Examinations 2 nd Semester Examinations 4th Semester Examinations

6th Semester Examinations 8th Semester Examinations 6th Semester Examinations 8th Semester Examinations 6th Semester Examinations 8th Semester Examinations 6th Semester Examinations 8th Semester Examinations 6th Semester Examinations 8th Semester Examinations 6th Semester Examinations 8th Semester Examinations 6th Semester Examinations 8th Semester Examinations 6th Semester Examinations 8th Semester Examinations

Number of Students involved: 1,20,000 [one lakh twenty thousand only] (approx.) Number of Districts involved: 17 Number of Colleges involved: 209 sd/Controller of Examinations

WEST BENGAL UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
BF- 142, Saltlake, Kolkata- 64

Requisite Fees for Even Semester Examinations, 2012 Category
Regular Backlog

Fees
Rs. 1000/- per student Rs. 800/- per student Rs. 400/- per student (for ‘X’ category student) sd/Controller of Examinations

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