B Ed students hold protest
Seek issuance of roll number slips
Srinagar, Oct 13: B.Ed students of various colleges today held a protest here complaining that they have not been given roll number slips for the upcoming examinations starting from Saturday, October 15.
The students demand that the Kashmir University must issue roll number slips by tomorrow else postpone the examination. “We want roll number slips to be issued by tomorrow or Kashmir University should postpone the examination which is days away,” aggrieved students demanded.
The students also alleged that the University was taking them for a ride. “Everyday we go to university to get the roll number slip, but they (university officials) are dilly dallying,” the students added.
Some of the students also complained that there are very less gaps between two papers in the examination. “It is so inconsiderate on part of the University that they have kept very less gaps between papers,” the students complained.
When contacted the concerned official said, they would upload the roll number slips on University website by Thursday evening. “There were registration issues of some students which have delayed the process. By evening we will upload the roll number slips of all eligible students on University website,” University of Kashmir Controller Examination, A S Bhat told Greater Kashmir.
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