BA final students complain of lengthy paper
Appeal controller examinations for time extension
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 6: The BA final year students of Kashmir University whose examinations started Monday have complained that the English paper was lengthy to be completed in allotted in 2.5 hours.
A delegation of students from Amar Singh College told Greater Kashmir that the paper was so lengthy that it took some 15 minutes to read it.
“It was impossible to appear in the paper in the allotted 2.5 hours,” the students said adding they should have been given half an hour more.
A KU professor in English agreed that the time allotted was less.
Meanwhile, the arts students have appealed the Controller KU examinations, to extend the time for the remaining papers as “they too could be lengthy”.
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