The Government of Madhya Pradesh announced on Monday that the final semester exams of UG, PG, and other programmes for all the universities will begin from 29th June 2020. The exams for all the final year students will be wrapped up by 31st July 2020. During a meeting organized by the Chief Minister of MP, Shivraj Singh alongside Governor Lalji Tandon and few senior authorities of the education department, the government made this decision.
The meeting was held at Raj Bhawan in Madhya Pradesh on 25th May 2020. Post the meeting, the government has issued an official notice informing the same to all the students. The official notice reads, ‘CM Chouhan took part in a meeting of higher education department to decide on the dates of the final examination of graduate, post-graduate and other courses of the state universities.
The statement further says, ‘Accordingly, the final year/ semester exams of the state universities, both government and private, will be held from June 29 to July 31.’ Meanwhile, the meeting conducted yesterday with the CM, Governor, and other officials ignite speculations on expanding the state cabinet for the second time. Due to the ongoing lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government has deferred the expansion for the second time.
As per the reports from the sources, some of the former ministers and the senior MLAs of BJP are expecting their positions in the cabinet. However, some of the close sources to the MP Chief Minister said that the second expansion of the council of ministers probably takes place by the end of this month. This year, on 23rd March, Chouhan pledged as the chief minister for the 4th term.
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