Appeal KU to consider the issue
Shah Tawqeer ul Islam
Srinagar: A number of B.Ed students Wednesday said that they missed a rescheduled examination on Monday due to lack of communication from the University of Kashmir.
The paper was postponed by the University earlier because of untoward situation and rescheduled for April 10 but students said they were not aware of the new date.
A student of JBW College of Education Kupwara told Kashmir Reader that she and her cousin missed the examination as they we were not aware of the rescheduled date.
“We are appealing to the authority to look into the matter and save our academic year from getting ruined” she said.
“The internet was banned in our area and we were unable to get information regarding the examination which was postponed earlier and then rescheduled,” Masrat Moh-ud-Din, a student of Guru Nanak Dev College Awantipora, said.
A number of students enrolled in different colleges are said to have missed the examination because of lack of information.
Joint Controller, Examinations, KU Inam-ur-Rouf told Kashmir Reader that if students have genuine reasons, “then we look into the matter”.
“Students need not to worry, just forward a representation and point out their genuine reasons,” he said.