B. ED students appeal KU V-C
Srinagar, Feb 22: The students who had appeared in the B.ED examinations have resented delay in declaration of its results.
A delegation of the students visited Greater Kashmir office and said that delay in declaration of results has hampered their prospects of appearing in the PG or M ED entrance test.
“The last date for submission of forms is February 24. We appeal the vice-chancellor Kashmir University to look into the matter and declare the results at the earliest,” they said.
According to them, the B ED students who had been studying in private colleges recently staged protest in Kashmir University and demanded that Controller Examination should declare the results but according to aspirants nothing has been done till date.
“Our career is hanging in balance and it’s difficult to reconcile that we can’t make it to M Ed and the entire responsibility lies on Controller Examinations of Kashmir University who is conducting the tests,” they said.
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