Cluster University fails to declare reults, students worried

SRINAGAR: Authorities at the Cluster University Srinagar (CUS) have failed to declare the results of 2nd semester examinations of integrated programmes held nine months ago.
Several students pursuing different integrated programmes including Political Science, History, Zoology and Economics and enrolled at the constituent colleges of the CUS told Kashmir Reader that the results of their 2nd semester examinations, which were held in March this year, were awaited putting their degrees at stake.
The aggrieved students fear that the delayed results might cost them a whole academic year as the students having a backlog in the yet-to-be-declared 2nd semester examination results will have to wait for several months for the next chance.
“The students who have a backlog in their subjects will have to appear in the examination of 2nd semester, which is still in the admission phase as of now,” Faisal, who is pursuing Integrated Political Science at CUS, said.
While the results of integrated programmes having a meagre enrolment were awaited, the students said that the results of simple undergrad programmes held around the same time and in which the enrolment was way higher, had already been declared. “I wonder what is stopping the authorities from declaring the results of few of us,” a student pursuing Integrated History at Bemina Degree College said.
Another student said that the results of the 2nd semester should have been out “along with those of the simple UG courses if not earlier”.
“We are hardly around 40 students in our batch, but they are yet to declare the results while the results of UG semester exams which concluded later, are already out,” he added.
Pertinently, amid the delayed 2nd semester results, administration at the CUS is all set to conduct the 3rd and 4th semester examinations, which were delayed due to the recent lockdown in Kashmir against the abrogation of Article 370.
Registrar CUS, Abdul Hameed said that the results, which are almost complete could not be declared in view of the internet blockade at the varsity by authorities.
Hamed asked the students to approach officials for the offline results.

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