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Indore: Results of 500 students of BA, BCom withheld


Indore: The results of nearly 500 students of BA and BCom final semester examinations remain to be declared though the results of their batch mates were announced about a fortnight ago. “I don’t know the exact number but it is true that results of some students are withheld due to technical queries,” said vice-chancellor Dr Narendra Dhakad.

He said that he had directed evaluation centre and computer centre officials who are responsible for release of the results to address the queries at the earliest. “We will ensure that the pending results of undergraduate courses are announced this week,” he added. As per information, results of nearly 400 BCom final semester students and around 100 BA final semester students have been withheld.

These students fear missing admission in courses of their choice due to delay in their results. “The government has allowed students whose final semester results are not out to take admission on basis of fifth semester exams but we are not granted admission in courses in which cut-offs are high,” said an aggrieved student.

Another student stated that they are not allowed to take admission in BEd course. “In BEd course, the students are required to get their academic documents verified ahead of admission. The verifying authorities are seeking final semester results,” he claimed.

Lately, Department of Higher Education (DHE) had directed universities including DAVV to issue mark-sheets to students of final semester of exams of undergraduate courses. In a letter addressed to registrars of universities, commissioner (higher education) Ajit Kumar said that it has been learnt that universities have not been issuing mark sheets to students of final semester of UG and PG courses. “Without mark sheets, students wishing to pursue BEd course could not take admissions,” Kumar said.

UG final semester results of BA, BCom and BSc were announced a fortnight ago. Exam controller Ashesh Tiwari said results of nearly 80,000 students were declared but a few hundreds were withheld for technical issues. Computer Centre in-charge Niranjan Shrivastava said results would be announced in two to three days.