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Anna University Results April May 2017 Declared Now @; Check Here, Press News Release

Anna University Results April May 2017 Declared Now; Check Here

Anna University Results 2017: Now students from three universities Anna University of Chennai, Coimbatore and Tirunelveli can check their results for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th, 7th, 8th Semester exams of UG / PG. The examinations were conducted during mMonth of April/May 2017. Lakhs of students who were studying undergraduate and postgraduate courses from different affiliated colleges had written the examination. The students can check their Anna University Results 2017 – April/May 2017 from the official website of the university, or follow the simple steps.

Anna University Results 2017 – April/May

As the results are out, Students can simply check their respective Sem results on the official websites, and The Candidates can fetch their results using their details like Hall Ticket Number and date of birth etc at coe1 and coe2 while AUCOE is also showing the Anna University results campus-wise. Students who are not satisfied with their results can apply for revaluation applications. The revaluation and recorrection details will be released later today. The students can check the evaluation procedures on their college exam cells.

Information of Anna University April/May 2017 Results

Anna University declared UG & PG 4th Semester Results 2017. Candidates who had appeared for the exam can check the results from the direct link provided below. Candidates who had not satisfied with the results can apply for photocopy of their answer scripts.

  • Name of the Organization: Anna University
  • Name of the Exam: BTech 8th Sem
  • Category: Results
  • Declaration of Results: Declared

Latest Update: As of now, Both Anna University results portals,, were down. The reason behind the problem is usually due to heavy traffic or might face some technical errors. So, Students must stay patience while checking results from the official website.

Steps to Check Anna University Results 2017
  • Visit the official Portal of Anna University
  • On home page, Click on results
  • Click on the link displaying ‘Affiliated Colleges-UG / PG Results of April/May 2017 exam’
  • Enter the required details like your Hall Ticket Number, date of birth
  • Click on the submit button
  • The results will be displayed on the screen
  • check your results and take a printout for future reference.

Alternatively candidates can directly go to and

About University: Anna University was established on 4th September 1978 as a unitary type of University. It offers higher education in Engineering, Technology and allied Sciences relevant to the current and projected needs of the society.Besides promoting research and disseminating knowledge gained therefrom, it fosters cooperation between the academic and industrial communities.The University was formed by bringing together and integrating two well-known technical institutions in the city of Madras. Since December 2001,it has become a large, highly renowned Affiliated University, having brought into its fold about 426 Self-financing Engineering Colleges six Government Colleges and three Government-aided Engineering colleges located in various parts of Tamilnadu State.

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COE premiums fall across all categories in latest bidding exercise, TODAYonline

COE premiums fall across all categories in latest bidding exercise

Alfred Chua

SINGAPORE — Certificate of Entitlement (COE) premiums fell across all categories in the latest bidding exercise on Wednesday (June 21), as prices of COEs for cars continue to slide, and those for commercial vehicles registered their first drop since April.

Premiums for small cars (up to 1,600cc and maximum power output not exceeding 97kW) went down by around 5 per cent to S$42,801, compared with S$45,201 in the last bidding exercise. COE prices for bigger cars (above 1,600cc or 97kW) slipped to S$47,501 from S$50,110.

For commercial vehicles, COE premiums dropped by about 4 per cent to S$36,879 from S$38,501 previously.

In the motorcycles category, prices fell slightly to S$6,001, down from S$6,101. And in the open category, which can be used for any type of vehicle but typically for big cars, premiums went down by around 5 per cent to S$48,001.

The lower prices could be attributed primarily to weaker demand due to a weakening market, motor traders told TODAY. For cars, the decline is again a result of the impending adoption of Euro 6 emission standards for petrol vehicles, they said.

The shift to Euro 6 emission standards, set by the European Union, was announced by the National Environment Agency in December 2014. It is aimed at reducing nitrogen oxides and fine particulate emissions — especially the PM2.5, tiny particles that penetrate deep into the respiratory system — from vehicular emissions.

Mr Jeremy Soh, honorary secretary of the Singapore Vehicle Traders Association, said that Euro 6-compliant cars ordered by distributors and parallel importers have yet to arrive, so “everyone will be holding back”.

Agreeing, Mr Neo Tiam Ting, president of the Automobile Import and Export Association (Singapore), told TODAY that the distributors and parallel importers would be clearing the existing Euro 4 vehicle stock, and the dwindling stock would drive down demand for COE premiums.

For commercial vehicles, which registered a drop after three consecutive increases in COE prices,

Mr Neo said that this was the result of the clearing of demand in the previous three bidding exercises.

In the second bidding exercise for April, premiums for commercial vehicles nosedived by more than 40 per cent. This would have led to a surge in demand.

Mr Soh added that businesses using commercial vehicles may also be tightening their purse strings in this weak economic climate. “They might find it harder to afford a new vehicle,” he said, adding that some businesses may instead choose to renew existing COEs, or buy second-hand vehicles.

In the upcoming bidding exercises, the motor traders said they expect premiums to continue to remain low.

Cat A (Cars up to 1,600CC & 97KW): S$42,801 (down from S$45,201)

Cat B (Cars above 1,600CC OR 97KW): S$47,501 (down from S$50,110)

Cat C (Goods vehicles and buses): S$36,879 (down from S$38,501)

Cat D (Motorcycles): S$6,001 (down from S$6,101)

Cat E (Open category): S$48,001 (down from S$50,526)

COE prices all down in latest bidding exercise - Channel NewsAsia

COE prices all down in latest bidding exercise

The premiums for Category B cars saw the largest fall, dropping S$11,479 to S$38,610.

File photo of a car showroom in Singapore. (Photo: Ernest Chua / TODAY)

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SINGAPORE: Certificate of Entitlement (COE) premiums all ended down on Wednesday (Feb 3) in the latest bidding exercise.

For Category A cars, or those 1600cc and below with horsepower not exceeding 130bhp, premiums closed at S$46,651, down from S$51,301 in the previous exercise. Premiums for larger and more powerful cars in Category B fell S$11,479, dropping from S$50,089 to S$38,610.

Open category COEs, which can be used for any vehicle type but end up being used mainly for large cars, decreased to S$44,001, from S$51,000. Motorcycle premiums recorded the smallest drop of S$9, closing at S$6,503, down from S$6,512 in the last exercise.

COEs for commercial vehicles, which include goods vehicles and buses, fell from S$46,502 to S$45,036.

A total of 6,286 bids were received, with a quota of 3,614 COEs available.


Industry players have partly attributed the large drop in COE prices for Category B cars to the upcoming Chinese New Year period.

Ms Sabrina Sng, the general manager at Wearnes Automotive (Volvo), said: "Given that the festive period is coming up, quite a lot of people are busy preparing for the New Year. I think no one expected such a drastic drop to be honest.

“We did have customers waiting to see what the new quota would be like in terms of pricing, but we probably expected some softening given that we knew that some customers had been holding back. But no one expected it to drop to below S$40,000."

However, experts said that such COE prices are likely to be unsustainable. One also suggested that prices could rebound and stabilise around the S$50,000 range for Category B.

"Maybe now the consumers will all come in at once and see what the prices are like,” said Mr Raymond Tang, the first vice-president of the Singapore Vehicle Traders Association. “Otherwise, during New Year time, people will wait and see. But I think now, consumers will come in to the market. It will definitely be pushing the demand up."

Mr Tang added that car dealers are likely to adjust their prices.

With the latest COE results, Volvo told Channel NewsAsia that it has already reduced prices for its cars by an average of about S$5,000 to S$10,000. With more car buyers expected to come into the market, there are also plans to remain open on the eve and second day of the Chinese New Year.

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