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Periyar University declares results for UG and PG courses

The results were declared on June 15, but the website has not been able to cope with the traffic

Sagar Mavani 

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The official site of University received massive hits as the results of the exams held in April 2017 have been announced. The exams were conducted for various Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses.
However, the website seems to be unresponsive. Results were supposed to be available on the University’s official site on June 15, 2017, at 10 AM. Vice-chancellor of University, Tamil Nadu, C. Swaminathan had made an official announcement of the results of and programmes simultaneously at 10 am. The official press release by the University informed that all arrangements were duly made for the flawless facilitation of the declaration of results.    
Due to heavy traffic and other technical issues, students may face lags on the site and find it unresponsive.This has happened because the University authorities attempted to display the results on their site only without partnering with other results announcement websites. It indicates that the official site is the only place to find out one’s results. The students must keep trying after brief intervals.
How to Check Your Results

·         Visit the University’s official website (Or you can visit the latest Notification page here.                      Direct link to checking your results here.)
·         Once you get to the Results page, provide your registration number and date of birth.
·         Hit the Show results button.
·         As your result appear, download/save it or print it out.

Incase of any doubt or query, students can reach the University at 0427-2345766, 2345520.

Re-totalling and Revaluation:

An important consideration for those applying for revaluation is that they should apply within 10 days to the Controller of Examinations. For this, they need to contact the HOD of their respective college. Fees to apply for re-totalling, revaluation and to receive a copy of the answer sheet are Rs 200, Rs 250 and Rs 250 respectively.

About the University:

The University, reaccredited by NAAC with ‘A’ grade in 2015, was established by the Government of Tamil Nadu on September 17, 1997 at Salem. It is named after Reformer E.V. Ramasamy affectionately called ‘Thanthai Periyar’, Tamilian social activist, and politician who was the brainchild of the Self-Respect Movement and Dravidar Kazhagam. The University’s establishment was in line with the University Act, 1997. The University Grants Commission (UGC) allotted the recognised status the University under the Section 2(f) and 12(B). An educational institution under these sections receives financial assistance as well as central assistance under various schemes. The University aims to cultivate knowledge in various fields to ensure holistic development of the students.