Cotton College State University Results of UG course Semester – VI (Regular) 2016 – All Subjects

Cotton College State University  Results of UG course Semester – VI (Regular) 2016 – All Subjects

Abut the CCSU:

Cotton College State University (CCSU) was created via an Act of the Government of Assam (Act XIX of 2011), with Cotton College as a constituent College of this new University. This Act received the assent of the Honourable Governor of Assam on the 3rd of September 2011, and was notified via the Assam Gazette on 5th September 2011. The vision of this new University is to be a world-class one, excelling in both teaching and research, developing knowledge and skills with an emphasis on this part of our country, providing broad-based education to students to take on the challenges of tomorrow via modern curricula, learning and assessment methods, upholding the highest ethical standards, and providing a clean, efficient and transparent administration.

The Cotton College State University has published the Results of Under Graduate Cruse examination for all subjects of VI Semester.

Candidates who want to apply for re evaluation can download the Re Evaluation Form and Challan from the official website.

To view the CCSU VI Sem UG Results 2016 visit the below given link:

http://www.redpanchi.in/cms/cottoncms/wp-admin/gallery/ug%206th_All%20subjects_result_upld30062016.pdf

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