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All the centers would observe holidays as scheduled by the respective state government and local administration in addition to every Sundays. Centers should arrange quarterly seminars on the current topics at their level as per their convenience. In case if any holiday falls on the above dates the concern centers may adjust it to a convenient nearby date informing their students in advance by displaying notice on the notice-board, under copy to ALMA HQ.

 

 

All the centers and students must strictly adhere to this academic calendar.       

 

ACADEMIC CALENDER 2012-13

Sr.

Activities

Dates

  1.  

Submission of Admission Forms to the concerned centers by the students

1-15 January

1-15 April

1-15 July

1-15 October

  1.  

Start of teaching and practical as per the syllabus

1 January

1 April

1 July

1 October

  1.  

Submission of Admission Forms to the ALMA HQ by the concerned centers for registrations and obtaining enrolments

1-15 February

1-15 May

1-15 August

1-15 November

  1.  

Seminar at concerned level centers

16 February

16 May

16 August

16 November

  1.  

Internal Theory & Practical Test-I  and Pre-Viva by the concerned centers

1 March

1 June

1 September

1 December

  1.  

Internal Theory & Practical Test-II and Viva by the concerned centers

15 March

15 June

15 September

15 December

  1.  

Final Theory & Practical Examination at concerned centers

30 March

30 June

30 September

30 December

 

 

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