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JU takes 5 months to declare revaluation results for UG 1st semester
Students denied admissions in next semester
11/13/2017 10:40:55 PM
Early Times Report
Jammu, Nov 13: Blame it on the administrative inertia and total lack of accountability on part of the staff concerned, University of Jammu took five months instead of a deadline of 45 days to declare the results of the re- evaluation of the first semester of the under graduate course, as a result, the students who qualified in revaluation results, have been slapped with examination date, on very next day of culmination of admission process.
According to sources, University started accepting application for revaluation of first semester under choice based credit system (CBCS) in first week of June 2017, and it took almost five months to declare result.
"The process begun in first week of June 2017, and result was declared on November 3", sources said and added that the lethargic administration further took eight days to issue notification for admission in third semester.
"Admission for third semester was notified on November 11, and admission will begin on November 13 and culminate on November 15", they said and added that examinations for 3rd semester will begin on November 16.
Students who qualified after revaluation are not being enrolled by Colleges despite admission notification issued by JU recently. "How we can enroll them a day before commencement of examination of third semester scheduled to begin on November 16", said a Principal of Govt college whishing not be named.
Sources said that the University seems unbothered to fully adopt the CBCS. "Under CBCS, 10 credits are required to get enrolled in next third semester for UG students, and the course of comprises of five papers three main and two optional", they said and added that main paper caries five credit while option paper carries three credits.
They said that faulty evolution system of University is responsible for this chaos. "Most of the students, who apply for re-evaluation secure minimum marks required for admission in next semester", they said and added that it was virtual failure of University administration, to overcome mess prevailing in varsity.
When contacted, Principal GGM Science College, Nodal College, Prof Satinder Singh said that these student will be enrolled separately, and accordingly, examination for these students would be held in January 2018.
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