Students appeal KU Vice-Chancellor
Srinagar, Nov 20: The outgoing students of batch 2006 of Kashmir University who were pursuing M A English through Distance Education have sought intervention of the Vice Chancellor Prof Talat for inclusion of assignment marks in their final results.
A delegation of students said the assignment marks comprise of 320 marks. “Ironically, the marks have not been added in our final score. The batches which passed after us were provided the assignment marks,” they said.
“By not awarding us the assignment marks, our percentage has remained weak due to which we are unable to even apply for the National Eligibility Test,” said a student, Muhammad Naeem.
>“We appeal VC Kashmir University to look into the matter,” the students said.
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