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B Ed students set to miss NET examination due to clash in exam dates, authorities unmoved
6/26/2019 12:10:32 AM
Jehangir Rashid

Early Times Report

SRINAGAR, June 25: Around 20 students of the Cluster University of Srinagar (CUS) are in a dilemma as the university authorities have not rescheduled the examination of the fourth semester of Bachelor of Education (B Ed) despite the same being held in clash with the National Eligibility Test (NET) examination.
A group of students while sharing views with Early Times said that they had requested the university authorities to reschedule the examination as they cannot afford to miss the NET examination. They said that they have made preparations for the NET examination over a long period of time and they cannot afford to miss the same.
The students said their exam is scheduled on June 26 which clashes with the NET exam scheduled on same date.
Notably, the NET exams commenced on June 20 and will culminate on June 28.
"It is sheer injustice with the students. The authorities in Institute of Advanced Studies in Education Srinagar should reschedule the exams of June 26 for the benefit of students," the students said. They complained that the college principal was in hurry to complete the course without considering the difficulties faced by the students.
Students sad that since theirs is the last batch the college principal wants to get over the exams and discharge the students adding that they can't appear in both the exams simultaneously. The students said that the college authorities should have notified the exam dates after going through the dates notified by NTA for NET exams during past months.
Sources said that hundreds of second semester students of B Ed missed their exams as their date sheet for B Ed second semester exams clashed with NET exams. These students are enrolled in various private B Ed colleges affiliated with the University of Kashmir. The NTA scheduled NET exams had clash with the B Ed exams scheduled by KU on June 21, 24 and 26, leaving hundreds of students in a dilemma.
"We missed the B Ed exams as we had to appear in NET exams on same day. The University of Kashmir is paying with the career of students," a student said.
The students said they approached the Vice Chancellor Cluster University number of times but in vain.
When contacted Seema Naz, Principal, Institute of Advanced Studies in Education (IASE) said that just few students have created furore over the matter adding that most of the students want to appear in the examination on the scheduled date.
"There are four or five students who want to reschedule the examination. Rest of the students who are 300 in number want to appear in the examination. These students belong to the far flung areas and want to appear in the examination on the given date," said Principal IASE.
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