Indore : Sister of martyr Sandeep Boriya pursing BHMS course with great difficulty broke down on Wednesday when she learnt that her results delayed due to the casual approach of the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya (DAVV) in dealing revaluation cases.
The DAVV had forgotten to send her answer book for revaluation within the prescribed time limit.
“How can the university be so casual?,” she asked to Exam Controller Anil Sharma as tears rolled down her cheeks.
Sharma did not have an answer to her question. The only thing he could do was to make attempts to pacify the girl with an assurance that her results would be announced within 24 hours.
A student of Gujarati Homeopathic College, Mamta Boriya had flunked first prof exams and had applied for revaluation in the paper she could not get through.
If her result changed after revaluation of answer script and she passed the first prof, Mamta would become eligible for second prof exams starting from Saturday.
Lately, the revaluation results were announced but her name did not figure in the list of students.
On Wednesday, a nervous Mamta went to the Exam Controller to enquire about her result.
On her request, Sharma sought her result status from Evaluation Centre only to learn in return that her answer book was among six answer books that could not be sent for revaluation in the prescribed time limit.
These six answer books were misplaced and were found later.
Sharma informed Mamta about this and said that a special vehicle was sent to examiners with these six answer books and their results would be announced at the earliest.
She told Sharma that the second prof exams were starting from Saturday and she can take the exams only when the first prof revaluation results is positive.
“I have no result in hand two days ahead of exams,” an emotional Mamta said and broke down.
Sharma pacified her and instructed Evaluation Centre officials to ensure that her revaluation results is announced within 24 hours. He also dashed off a letter to Evaluation Centre in-charge VB Gupta informing him that Mamta is sister of martyr Sepoy Sandeep Boriya and she did not have to suffer any longer due to delay in results.
A resident of Geeta Nagar, Sepoy Boriya breathed his last fighting at the avalanche-hit Dawar post of Gurez sector on Line of Control (LoC) in north-central Kashmir in February 2012.
Mamta said that her family is facing great hardship since demise of his brother.
“My parents have not come of out the blow till date. My mother does not go out and father mostly remains ill. I have the responsibility to run the family,” she said adding that she was continuing her studies despite financial hardship.