Mysore University Time Table 2015 Download University of Mysore Timetable 2015

Mysore University Time Table 2015 Download University of Mysore Timetable 2015

Mysore University Time Table 2015: The University (UOM) has published the Mysore University Exam Time Table 2015 for all 1st year, 2nd year, 3rd year, 4th year students who are going to appear for the UG/PG degree exam courses such as Bcom, bbm,  llb, barch, bca, Bed, ba, bsc, btech, Med, M tech, Msc, MCA, Mcom, MBA.

Students are waited for long period of time to download the University of Mysore Time Table 2015 and now there is good news for the students because the exam schedule for semester examinations 2015 was announced by the university.

Students can download their Mysore University Timetable 2015 through the online websites such as & The direct link to download the UOM Timetable 2015 is provided below, Check now.
Mysore University Time Table 2015

University of Mysore Exam Time Table 2015:

Students who are appearing for the examination are encouraged to download the Mysore University Time Table 2015 as soon as possible and they should allocate the study days for all subjects based on the Date Sheet. The University has been conducting the academic year exam twice a year for odd semester (1st sem, 3rd semester, 5th sem, 7th semester) and even semester students(2nd sem, 4th sem, 6th sem, 8th semester). The download link for Mysore University Degree Time Table 2015 is available below.

University Name: University of Mysore (UOM).

Location: Mysore, Karnataka.

Content Found: Mysore University Degree Exam Time Table 2015.

Year: First/ Second/ Third/Final Year.

Semester: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th sem.

Courses Offered: UG & PG Courses.

About University: The University of Mysore was established on 27th July 1916 and it is the largest university in Karnataka offers various UG/PG courses in the field of Commerce,  Arts, Science, Law & Engineering. The motto of the University is "Nothing is Equal to Knowledge" and "I Always Uphold The Truth" denotes the vision, moral fabric and idealism of the Founders and of the University.