VNSGU Result 2021 Out at vnsgu.net; Check BA BSc BCom Annual/ Semester Results

VNSGU Result 2021 for the Undergraduate semester and annual exams has been declared at vnsgu.net. Students using their username and password can check online exam results. VNSGU result details are below.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Nov 25, 2021 12:13 IST
VNSGU Result 2021 Out at vnsgu.net; Check BA BSc BCom Annual/ Semester Results
VNSGU Result 2021 Out Soon at vnsgu.net; Direct Link to Check Here

The result of the VNSGU semester offline and online exams 2021 has been declared on the official websites of University- vnsgu.ac.in and vnsgu.net. Students who have appeared in Veer Narmad South Gujarat University (VNSGU) organized BA, BCom, BSc, BBA, LLB, etc. online or offline exams 2021 now can check and download their semester exam results.

In order to check the result, students have to visit vnsgu.ac.in. Thereafter, they have to click on the Result button from the drop-down menu of the 'Examination' section. By doing so, students will land on the result page therein they have to select the exam mode offline/online. In the case of online mode, they have to click on vnsgu.net. A new result window will open thereafter. To access the online exam result candidate's username and password are required. Upon login, the scorecard will appear on the computer screen.

All students have to check the details printed on the result card, upon agreeing to the details, they can download and take a printout of their result card. Those who qualify through the final semester/ year exams and pass out will be issued original mark sheets and certificates.

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In case of students are not satisfied with the marks assigned, may apply for re-checking or revaluation by filling in the revaluation form. In doing so they have to pay a fee and has to submit on or before the closing date.

VNSGU earlier conducted the Undergraduate FY, SY, TY examinations in offline and Semester I, II, III, IV, V, and VI exams in online computer-based mode. The decision to hold exams in online protected mode was taken on the recommendations of the University Examination Committee, due to the then COVID-19 situations across the state.    

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