Already, NU had stretched their examinations for over a 12 months since 2019, attributable to which they had been in psychological agony. Their first paper was held in offline mode in March 2020, however attributable to Covid-19 outbreak, their exams had been rescheduled from February 22 this 12 months. After their second paper, the second wave of lethal virus once more struck the area, additional deferring their exams.
After many deliberations and requests, NU in some way carried out their remaining two papers on March 18 and 20, however their outcomes shocked all of them, as solely 37% of them managed to cross.
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According to ‘BEd Students Monitoring Committee’ members, the analysis was so poor that many of the examinees had been awarded equivalent passing marks which had been 50/100. The aggrieved students are actually demanding re-examination of all topics or correct revaluation of all their papers.
“In paper where the passing is 50/100, we received 50, 51, 53 and 56 marks. In other papers where passing is 25/50, we were awarded 25, 26 and 31 marks. A majority of us have attempted all the questions. It clearly shows that evaluation was not up to the mark,” Vaibhav Bawankar, a scholar, mentioned.
The students advised TOI that attributable to prevailing Covid-19 disaster and lockdown in power, they had been going through one other downside of making use of for the revaluation.
“As per rules, we need to apply for revaluation in a week after results declaration. Most of our colleges are closed as their staffers have turned positive. For filling up forms and exam fees, we need to move to the colleges’ counters. However, due to curfew, the cops on duty aren’t allowing us to move. Moreover, there’s also risk of contracting the deadly disease,” they mentioned.
All these students had taken admission within the 2019-20 session and would have been graduated by this time. However, their 2019 first semester exams in October had been postponed attributable to Maharashtra meeting polls. After their first paper in March final 12 months, their exams had been deferred attributable to coronavirus induced lockdown. Their papers couldn’t be held on-line in summer time 2020 exams final October, as they’d appeared offline within the first paper.
NU would lengthen revaluation deadline by 10 days: BOEE director
Allaying students’ apprehensions, NU Board of Examination and Evaluation (BOEE) director Prafulla Sable assured them of extending the deadline for revaluation by ten days, in order that they may replenish examination varieties. “We understand the current situation is not conducive for the students to move out. We will surely extend the last date by a week or ten days for not only BEd students, but others as well, whose results have been declared this week. No student would be left without exams or forms,” he advised TOI.