NSUI demands transparency in evaluation of exam copies

Ujjain: National Students’ Union of India ( NSUI) activists submitted a memorandum demanding revaluation of examination copes and eliminating anomalies in examination at Vikram University ( VU) headquarters on Friday.

NSUI demands transparency in evaluation of exam copies

NSUI Workers submitted a memorandum to Dean Students’ Welfare Dr Rakesh Dhandh under the leadership of NSUI district president Pritesh Sharma. According to Pritesh, crowd of NSUI activists reached VU headquarters and raised slogans before varsity Executive Committee meeting. Varsity employees stopped them outside the meeting hall, therefore they became agitated. Some workers damaged furniture and earthen pots kept there.

NSUI workers also alleged that examination copies of students were checked by PhD and MPhil students due to which many students failed. Vice- Chancellor Prof TR Thapak did not take any measure for saving their career. They demanded revaluation of the copies. The students expressed resentment on anomalies and carelessness in marking of the examination books of BA, B Com, BSc first and second semester results. They criticised Prof Thapak for his biased attitude.

Some members of the union even alleged that one of the varsity staff accepted Rs 25,000 from a college affiliated to the varsity. On the occasion, Govind Gurjar, Ambar Mathur, Nikhil Gaud, Rajat Sharma, Kamalesh Dangi, Ankit Bhatt and other workers were also present. NSUI supporters creating nuisance at university headquarter in Ujjain on Friday.

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