Cluster University ‘fails’ to hold 5th sem student’s exam on time

Cluster University ‘fails’ to hold 5th sem student’s exam on time

Srinagar: The Cluster University students studying in 5th semester on Sunday alleged that the varsity authorities were deliberating delaying their exams, due to which their precious time was getting wasted.
The distressed students told KNS that the university authorities issued the notification on November 6 which mentioned that the exams will start from December 16. A few days later on November 25 the university authorities issued another notification in which the students were asked to fill the examination forms.
They said after these notifications, the authorities failed to issue date sheet for exams. The students said when they contacted the university authorities they were told that a representation from students of various colleges had demanded the delay in examination by one month.
“Already due to the situation emerging after Augus5, we lost lot of time. Now the University authorities want to add more loss to our academic session, by not conducting the exams,” the students rued.
The appealed the university authorities to conduct the exam on time so that their precious time was not wasted.
However, Registrar Cluster University Abdul Hameed said date sheet for the exam has already been issued and it will start from January 3.
On reasons to delay the exams to January, he said, “A representation of various colleges was received by us in which they had demanded to postpone the exams as the students had not studied due to prevailing situation. They had demanded that the exams should be held from February.” (KNS)

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