Kashmir University Professional Candidates Smell Rat In The Evaluation Of Examination Papers
5 Dariya News (Tariq Bhat)
Srinagar , 06 Feb 2013
Smelling rat in the evaluation of BBA/BCA examination papers, Kashmir University professional candidates have been run down in academic performance by the University on the reason not known to students.Smelling rat in the evaluation of BBA/BCA examination papers, Kashmir University professional candidates have been run down in academic performance by the University on the reason not known to students.According to CNS, in the recently declared results of BBA/BCA 3rd year Annual Examination held in Nov-Dec 2012, out of total 25 candidates from Government Degree College Sopore only two candidates have been shown qualified and to the surprise of these two successful candidates, one has passed with statue marks provision. Out of 25 students, 23 students have been shown reappear status in “Quantitative Techniques” subject which according to students is quite unexpected as this subject is being considered as the easiest one. “The irony is that even the distinction holders of the previous year have been declared failed in this subject while as the result of the other colleges offering BBA Courses is satisfactory in the same subject.” Suhaib Rashid Bhat, a candidate told CNS and added that the students are stunned and have failed to understand why Kashmir University have not evaluated the examination papers in a professional manner. Dozens of students from Degree College Sopore assembled in Press Enclave Srinagar and held a demonstration against the University authorities. They sought the intervention of Higher Education Minister in this matter and appealed Chief Minister Omar Abdullah to personally intervene to deliver justice to deprived candidates.