OU B.Pharm 1st to 5th sem PCI & CBCS Jan-Feb 2018-19 Rescheduled Exam Time Table:
OU B.Pharm PCI, CBCS Exam Time Table
Here we provide the OU B.Pharm PCI Exam TimeTable for I-Semester To V-Semester PCI & CBCS Jan/Feb 2018-19 Rescheduled Exam Time Table.
All Osmania University B.pharmacy for all V-Semester (Main), IV- Semester (Supply), III-Semester, II-Semester & I-Semester (Backlog) and III-Semester (Main), I-Semester (Main & Backlog) & II-Semester (Supply) Examinations for PCI.
smania University has released the Time Table of Bachelor of Pharmacy (BPharm) (CBCS, PCI and Non-CBCS) August exam 2018 and Bachelor of Education (BEd) May exam 2018. All the candidates can check their scores on the official website of the varsity, the link for which is osmania.ac.in
How to Check Osmania University Time Table?
Click on the link provided in the table to check the time table. OU Time Table can be checked online through the steps mentioned. Follow the steps and check Osmania University Time Table 2019
Visit the website, www.osmania.ac.in
Osmania University website appears
Select Exam Time Table from the menu and click on the exam time table
Examination Time Table will appear
Click on the subject to check the exam schedule.
About Osmania University (OU):
Osmania University is named after its founder, Nawab Osman Ali Khan, the seventh Nizam of Hyderabad who rather through a farman or Royal Charter, brought the University into existence in 1918.
It is the seventh oldest in the Country and third oldest in South India. Though the need for the University for the Hyderabad State was felt, both by the intelligentia and the people for a long time, the initiative came from a civil servant, Sir Akbar Hydari, who was then the Home Secretary to the State Government.
Sir Hydari, in a memorandum to the Education Minister in Early 1917, emphasized the need to establish a University of Hyderabad with ‘Urdu’ as the medium of instruction “as it is the language of the widest currency in India, official language of the State, and it is a language which is understood by a vast majority of the population of the State.” He believed that higher education must have its foundations deep in national consciousness.