MPUAT Students protest for change in Examination rules
CTAE Students held a protest today to call for review of some new examination rules. The protest to
CTAE Students held a protest today to call for review of some new examination rules. The protest took place in front of the office of Prof. O.P. Gill, Vice Chancellor, Maharana Pratap University of Agriculture and Technology.
Protest centers on a clause that denies students with 1 backlog(in the Final year) to appear for a special paper if they have filed for revaluation. They demand to be allowed both for revaluation and the special paper. Along with that, results of revaluation should be declared before one appears for the final exam.
The mentioned rule in the examination policies of the University has the students suffering, as those who have applied for revaluation cannot write the special paper. Many are on the verge of losing their jobs as they can reappear for the examination only next year now. Those who have applied for higher studies have their plans jeopardized by the regulation too, as told to UdaipurTimes by Sumer Singh Rajawat, President, CTAE.
Rajawat also demanded that students should be able to choose their electives by themselves and a meeting be called of the Academic Council for introduction of reforms in the examination regulations.
Students expressed concern that there was no provision for a student to be promoted into the final year having a pending backlog of I year and the need to allow at least 2 special papers corresponding to 2 backs in the IVth Year.
Other demands of the protestors include provision of supplementary examination and early declaration of final year results.