by Sheikh Mustafa
SRINAGAR: The 6th semester 2017 batch of undergraduate students appearing in their ongoing examination conducted by University Of Kashmir (KU) have accused the concerned of framing ‘out of syllabus’ question paper.
A group of students on Friday complained that most of the questions in Statistics paper asked the examination were out of syllabus, leaving them high and dry.
The students said, “if we were not given relaxation we might fail.”
The students demanded that their exams for this paper should either be rescheduled or should be given genuine marks for the ‘out of syllabus’ questions.
“The paper was out of syllabus and we could not even get 36% pass percentage marks out of 100%. We were totally surprised to see this tough paper, It is a matter of our carrier,” said a Non-Medical student Mohammad Maqbool Sheikh from Government Degree College Baramulla.
“Despite many disruptions made by Covid-19, the students should have given the relaxation by the University. Instead, we are being thrown into depression,” said another student from GDC Baramulla.
Controller Examination Kashmir University Prof Irshad Ahmad Nawchoo said, “If it seems them it was the tough paper they can drop representation at our office we will look into the matter.”