Kashmir colleges’ students   protest against  K U

J K News Today

Srinagar, March 20

Hundreds  of  college students  today  staged protests against  Kashmir  university  alleging that the  authorities were  imposing examinations on them even when their academic  courses were far from being complete.

The students held placards  reading “ We want justice” and charged the Kashmir University authorities playing with their future.

The students said that they have started their UG courses in 2015 and were supposed to finish them in 2017, but they are still left with two semesters.

“Since we have lost lot of our time already, the varsity authorities have decided to take our 5th and 6th semester exam jointly and we are expected to prepare and study two semesters in three months which otherwise take twelve months. Due to this reason we asked authorities to reduce our syllabus but they are not accepting it”, said Moheeb Ahmed, a student of Degree College Bemina, Greater Kashmir quoted the student saying .

“Is it possible to study and prepare two semesters in three months?” he asked.

The students also said that the result of their 1st semester backlog subjects that was conducted in 2015 is yet to be declared and University is yet to conduct exam of 2nd and 3rd semester backlog subjects.

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