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Cluster University issues wrong certificates to degree holders
Students seek Raj Bhawan intervention
2/26/2021 11:17:22 PM
Early Times Report
SRINAGAR, Feb 26: In yet another alleged callousness on the part of the Cluster University of Srinagar, the CUS has issued wrong marks certificates to those who have completed their degree from here. The CUS has issued provisional certificates for the degree holders who recently completed their graduation.
The certificates have not only shown wrong grading for the students but they are being asked to resort to "criminal offence of making corrections themselves if they feel like." Officials sources said there are gross irregularities in the issuance of the provisional certificates at the Amar Singh College here.
Citing example, the officials said, as per the prescribed norms, the students who secured 60 to 69 percent marks fall in B Plus grade whereas those with 70 to 79 fall in the A grade.
"But on the provisional certificates those with seventy nine percent marks are shown as having B Plus Grade which is not only injustice with students but condemnable on the part of the concerned," said a senior official in the CUS on the condition of anonymity. Sources said as the students raised hue and cry over the incorrect certificates, they were asked by the Amar Singh College officials to make "corrections in their certificates if they feel like."
"How can we make a correction when it shall amount to offence and our career can get spoiled," asked the students. Sources said the matter was brought to the notice of the concerned authorities but that no action was taken.
"Basically the concerned who prepared the provisional certificates were over busy with family issues during winters and thus couldn't concentrate more on their office work," said a senior official on the condition of anonymity.
When contacted the Amar Singh college authorities said the matter had come to the notice of the concerned including the Principal.
"There was some confusion in the minds of the staff with regard to grading and that same has been cleared. We've issued fresh certificates to some such complainants and the issue has been resolved," said a senior official on the condition of anonymity. He said any student having complaint in this regard should contact the office of the Principal.
Meanwhile the complainants have appealed Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha to personally look into the matter "as the Cluster University of Srinagar continues to be news for wrong reasons since its establishment" by the previous Peoples Democratic Party led government.
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