PU Date sheet 2020 – Punjab University has released the exam schedule of annual examinations 2020 for BA, BSc, B.COM and MA, MSc. All the auspicious apprentices can check the Punjab University exams schedule 2020 on easily. PU has announced the exam schedule of part 1 and part 2 of BA/MA, BSC/MSC, and associate degrees in commerce, science and Arts. Normally the examination of Punjab University starts in June but this year due to the strict situation of lockdown prevailing in the country the university postponed the examinations. But now the university has officially announced that the exams are going to be conducted in the month of July to January onward. You can download the exams schedule here in PDF format easily. Students who enrolled themselves in PU examination of 2020 of MA/MSC and BA/BSC/B.Com were eagerly waiting for the exams date sheet. Now their wait is over and PU officials have finally announced the date sheet.

PU 2020 Final Date sheet: Important Details

Particulars Necessary Details
Name of the Examination Punjab University Examination 2020 (BA/BSC/B.COM & MA/MSC)
Exam Conducting Authority Punjab university
Date of Examination In the month of July to January 2021
Date of Notification 15th  May, 2020

BA /BSc Part I Date Sheet Punjab University

The examinations of graduate degree programs BA (Bachelor’s in Arts) and BSC (Bachelors in Sciences) will start from 1st October 2020 and will continue onward. The exams of Associate degree program in science and Arts both will also be held in October and will start from 1st October onward. The exams will be held with traditional examination mode.

BA/ BSc Part II Exams Schedule 2020 of Punjab University

The examinations of BA/BSC part 2 will start from 2nd December to onward with traditional examinations mode if students did appear in Online Examinations of July-August 2020. The Online examination date of BA/BSC part 2 is from 22nd July 2020 to 25th August 2020.

MA MSc Part I Date Sheet of Punjab University

The MA MSc part 1 exams of Punjab University are likely to be held in the month of November. Students are requested to tighten up their seat belts and get ready for preparation. With traditional examination mode the Exams of MA MSc part 1 will start from 22nd November and will continue onwards.

MA MSc Part II exams schedule of Punjab University 2020

If the students who are going to appear for PU MA/MSc exams 2020 do not appear in Online Examinations of September 2020 then they will appear for traditional examinations of 2020. The traditional examinations will start from 4th January 2021 and will continue onwards. The online examinations of MA/MSC part 2 will start from 7th September 2020 to 3th September 2020

B.COM part 1 & 2 annual and online examinations 2020

For B.Com part 1 only traditional mode of examination will be applicable. PU B.Com part 1 annual examination 2020 with traditional examination mode will be held in the month of November which will start from 2nd November 2020 and will continue onwards. Whereas there would be online examinations as well as traditional examinations for B.Com part 2. The traditional examinations of B.Com part 2 will start in the month of January starting from 4th January and onwards if students do not appear in online examinations. The online examinations for the B.Com part will be conducted from 7th September 2020 to 3th September 2020.

PU Associate Degree in Science / Arts/ Commerce date sheet 2020

The associate degree (bachelors)in science and Arts exams will be held on 1st October 2020 and onwards. The Associate degree in commerce exams will be held on 2nd November 2020.

Special instruction for students by Punjab University about examination 2020

The university has advised the students that they should be ready for both traditional and MCqs based examinations

  1. If the COVID-19 strict situation prevailing across the country gets normal and allowed by the Government then the exams will be traditional.

  2. If the situation remains the same and universities remain close even after 15th July then the examinations will be MCQs based.

  3. If the students do not want to appear in an online examination going to be held in July to September then they have the option to appear in traditional examinations when the universities get open after lockdown. The students should intimate the university in this regard.