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CUS announces exams, forgets to release date sheet
Students suffer, knock Raj Bhawan doors
9/12/2018 11:26:47 PM
Early Times Report
srinagar, Sept 12: The Cluster University of Srinagar or CUS continues to be in news for wrong reasons. In the latest, the varsity has announced that the exams for integrated courses will commence from next week, but the date sheet is yet to be released.
The students undergoing integrated courses from the CUS in the summer capital of Srinagar have complained that they are unable to concentrate on their studies properly as the despite announcement of the said exams the date sheet is not being released.
"If are exams are supposed to be held from next week, the date sheet should have been ready by now but even though less than a week is left for the exams to commence we don't know which paper will be held when," the students said.
The students flanked by parents said the CUS has been taking academic activities non-seriously and that the date sheer should have been released atleast a fortnight in advance.
"Not a day passes when one error or the other on the part of the university authorities doesn't affect academic activities and this is something which affects our education," the students said.
Sources said in the absence of "accountability", the varsity staff doesn't work properly.
"See this university had been under the direct control of politicians from the previous government who were calling the shots and the same continues to be the chaos even though the PDP-BJP alliance is no more in power," said a lower run official working in the university.
Sources said a group of varsity officials continue to be so much pampered by the a section of politicians from the regional parties that "normal work and accountability remains a causality."
A CUS official said the matter would be looked into.
A senior official in the Higher Education Department, on the other hand, confirmed to the Early Times that the complaints against the CUS have been on rise. He said a file was likely to be sent to Raj Bhawan for measures to streamline the system.
Meanwhile the aggrieved students have appealed Governor SP Malik to personally into the matter.
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