CUS students allege discrepancies in result

Greater Kashmir

The second semester students of Cluster University Srinagar (CUS) have alleged discrepancies in the result of their examination conducted online in July.

The students said they had appeared in both the internal as well the external exams but the CUS constituent colleges— Amar Singh College Srinagar and Abdul Ahad Azad (AAA) Memorial Degree College Bemina, have marked them absent.

“After seeing the discrepancy in our results, we approached the college authorities for needful, but to our dismay, they asked us to appear again in the exam with backlog students,” the students said, adding that they will approach the office of J&K Lieutenant Governor (LG) for redressal of their grievance.

The aggrieved students also staged a peaceful demonstration at press enclave recently against the colleges concerned and the CUS administration.

Controller examination CUS, Prof. Khurshid Ahmad Mir attributed the discrepancy in the result to the awards submitted by the colleges. “We have taken up the matter with concerned college principals,” he said.

Principal Amar Singh College, Prof Bashir Ahmad Rather said that the students had submitted their awards twice or thrice due to which there were some errors in the result. “The issue was of some Literature and Psychology students and we have resolved their grievances. We have rectified the errors in their results,” he claimed.