KU result fiasco: Student body slam KU authorities

Srinagar: All Jammu and Kashmir Students Union (AJKSU) Tuesday termed the Kashmir University evaluation and examination process as flawed.

In a statement said released to the press, AJKSU said that Kashmir University has become an autocratic institution that enjoys immunity and is answerable to no one.

“It is students who are at receiving end; they are often forced to hit the streets”.

It further said that the result of UG 1st semester (CBCS) is not the first such result where most of the students failed, AJKSU protested last year when about 80% of students from GDC Bemina failed in English and after rechecking they passed with huge percentage.

“Bundle of Kashmir University answer sheets were recovered from two persons travelling in a car, by police last year. This was the limit of absurdity and proves the negligence of KU officials,” Aasif Wani President of AJKSU said

He demanded that the papers of the students who failed in the exams should be revaluated so that their time is not wasted.

“Students who are pursuing graduation are strangled, their course has expanded to four years due to delay in conducting semester exams on time, so Kashmir University should deal with them with at most care and try to hold exams and declare results on time,” Younus Rashid Spokesperson of AJKSU further added.

Pertinently, scores of students on Monday hit the streets across the valley over discrepancies in the recently announced results of the first semester of BA first year.

Meanwhile, later the University of Kashmir officials have blamed the OMR sheets for the mass failure of students in the first semester and said that it will access the OMR sheets again.

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