Exams centres at Islamia College sans arrangements
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Dec 14: The students of B.Com second year of Islamia College of Science and Commerce, Hawal have complained of poor arrangements in different exam centers of the college particularly the Physical Education examination hall.
“Our examination centre was set up at billiards and table tennis hall of the college which sans even the basic seating facility. The hall also sans proper lighting, ventilation and heating system” a delegation of students said.
“In absence of proper lighting and heating arrangements we are not even able concentrate on the question paper, not to talk of writing answers. We are made to sit on simple chairs without writing board attached to it,” they said.
They appealed the college higher officials to make proper arrangements for their next paper on Saturday.
When contacted Incharge Principal Khursheed Mahajan assured that he will look into the matter. “The students will not face the same situation in the next paper,” he said.
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