BBA students complain of ‘irresponsible’ marking
Srinagar, Feb 7: Strong resentment is brewing among the students of 3rd year of Business Administration (BBA) against “irresponsible” marking of Quantitative Aptitude subject. The students threatened to launch agitation if answer scripts of the subject were not re-evaluated within a week’s time.
The students on Wednesday told Greater Kashmir that irresponsible marking of their answer scripts by the evaluators has put their career in jeopardy.
“If our answer scripts will not be re-evaluated within the deadline, we would be forced to take to streets from next Wednesday,” they said, adding that Chief Minister Omar Abdullah and vice-chancellor of Kashmir University Prof Talat Ahmad should intervene to save their career. They alleged that more than 90 percent students are failing in the subject due discriminatory marking by the evaluators.
“They have put the career of more than 200 students in jeopardy,” they said, adding that majority of them had attempted all the questions.
Many students said they cannot apply for re-evaluation due to unjust rules set up by the Kashmir University.
“The students who have secured below 24 marks cannot apply for re-evaluation due to the rules set up the KU. They are ruining our career without our any mistake,” said another student.
When contacted, controller examinations KU, A S Bhat said he would look into the matter.
“I will discuss the matter with the vice-chancellor to find out of box solution if possible to redress their complaint,” he said.
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