I go admission for BBM course in bangalore university in July but was diagnosed with TB.Haven't attended classes.Do I lose an year or a sem.

Do I lose just a sem or the whole year for not attending classes for the first sem from july 2011 and not writing exams.I'm not prepared a sa result of TB.Do I lose the whole year or just the sem. Please clear this up.

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    Arvind Joshi | Contributor-Level 9

    2011-09-04 01:26:52
    If you have a weak body or a diseased body, you will never be able to concentrate on studies and do hard work.Better get yourself fit first.Moreover, you have missed the classes and thus missed many important points useful from exam point of view.Even if the rules permit you to furnish a medical certificate and permit you to sit for the examination, there are less chances that you will get respectable marks.So better to skip this semester and start with a sound base.One semester or one year does not mean much in a whole lifetime.If you have the ability, y ou can always make up the loss.Only a strong will power i s needed, with a levelled head... view more

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