Punjabi University, Patiala
Patiala Punjab

Punjabi University: Bachelor of Vocation (BVoc) Exam Results

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Punjabi University: Bachelor of Vocation (BVoc) Exam Results

-- B.Voc. (Fashion Technology) Sem-V - NOV-2020 View declared on Monday August 9, 2021

-- B.Voc. Industrial Waste Technology Sem-II (Only Drug Abuse) - MAY-2020 View declared on Tuesday June 1, 2021

-- B.Voc. Food Processing Sem-IV (Regular & Re-appear) - MAY-2020 View declared on Tuesday May 25, 2021

-- B.Voc. Retail Management Sem-II - MAY-2020 View declared on Tuesday June 30, 2020

-- B.Voc. Software Development Sem-IV - MAY-2020 View declared on Tuesday June 30, 2020

-- B.Voc (Graphic and Animation) Semester-IV - MAY-2020 View declared on Tuesday June 30, 2020

-- B.Voc Food Processing Sem-II (Regular & Re-appear) - MAY-2020 View declared on Tuesday June 30, 2020

-- B.Voc. Fashion Technology Sem-IV - MAY-2020 View declared on Tuesday June 30, 2020

-- B.Voc. Retail Management Sem-IV - MAY-2020 View declared on Tuesday June 30, 2020

-- M.P.ED (SEMESTER-III) Re-appear - NOV-2019 View declared on Tuesday June 24, 2014

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Punjabi University, in Patiala, is one of the premier institutions of higher education in Punjab, India. It was established on the 30 April 1962, and is only the second University in the world to be named after a language, the first being Hebrew University of Israel. Originally the university was conceived as a unitary multi-faculty teaching and research university, and primarily meant for the development and enrichment of Punjabi language and culture, but alive to the social and educational requirements of the state.

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