‘Faulty’ Results: Engineering Students Again Hit Roads

KL NEWS NETWORK

SRINAGAR

Police Tuesday detained number of students from KITE Polytechnic College Rangreth when they again hit the road demanding action against Board of Technical Education for declaring ‘faulty’ results.

Raising anti-Board slogans, the students who assembled in Press Enclave for fourth time in a week said that rechecking, revaluation of papers to be carried by Board on its own and announcement of new results.

“Few days back, Board announced results for 2nd and 3rd semester wherein only three percent students have been declared qualified. Students who have been toppers in earlier exams have been put under the category of failures,” said protesters.

The students said that last month when the Board similarly announced “poor results”, a fellow student “Adnan couldn’t bear the news and committed suicide”. It later turned out that Adnan had actually scored first.

“Despite the assurances from the Board that re-evaluation process will started within in day, no action has been initiated yet in this regard. We demand that all the ‘unsuccessful’ students should be declared eligible and allowed to sit in the classes till the re-evaluation process is completed,” they told CNS.

Police detained number of students after they tried to proceed towards city centre Lal Chowk.

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