Unnao: Angry that 80 students have to sit in a separate room, Omr sheet torn, Cctv cable torn, Van destroyed

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On the first day of the university exams in Chakalvanshi, Unnao, other students at the Keshav Prasad Mahavidyalaya Exam Center were furious because they were taking an exam for the students in a separate room. Angry at the supervisors, the students broke the windows and tore the OMR sheets. The CCTV cables installed to monitor the investigation were also torn.The situation became such that the watchers saved their lives by being locked in the room. On the advice of the headmaster, the SDM reached the place together with the police. The SDM spoke to the supervisors after listening to the students. The superiors spoke to the Vice Chancellor and gave written assurances that they would carry out the inspection. Then the excitement subsided. At Keshav Prasad Mahavidyalaya in Mirzapur Kala village, 420 candidates were tested by Shivshankar Singh Shivram Singh Mahavidyalaya, Amarnath Mahavidyalaya and Ram Bharosa College.

Dr. Dharmendra Pandey and BP Singh were sent here from the university as observers. In the second shift there was a study of Hindi literature for the third-year BA students. The students said the exam should start at 11 a.m., but the supervisors made the question paper available at 11:15 a.m. and closed it at 12:30 p.m. at the allotted time. During this time, a supervisor started taking exams from 80 students without taking OMR sheets and sitting in another room and encouraging other students to go out. This made the students angry.

Upon information from Rector Upma Pandey, SDM Pradeep Verma and the police reached the college and spoke to the students who had caused a stir. The SDM spoke to the supervisors and discussed re-running the exam. After consulting with the university’s senior officials, the supervisors gave a written promise to carry out the follow-up examination.

Headmaster said supervisors committed irregularities
Rector Upma Pandey said that the supervisors who came from the university made irregularities. At the time of the investigation, they started asking for the video surveillance number. Connectivity would have been messed up if the camera was moved. This delayed the examination. Later the students didn’t even have time. That spoiled the atmosphere.

On the first day of the university exams in Chakalvanshi, Unnao, other students at the Keshav Prasad Mahavidyalaya Exam Center were furious because they were taking an exam for the students in a separate room. Angry at the supervisors, the students broke the windows and tore the OMR sheets. The CCTV cables installed to monitor the investigation were also torn.

The situation became such that the watchers saved their lives by being locked in the room. On the advice of the headmaster, the SDM reached the place together with the police. After listening to the students, the SDM spoke to the supervisors. The superiors spoke to the Vice Chancellor and gave written assurances that they would carry out the inspection. Then the excitement subsided. At Keshav Prasad Mahavidyalaya in Mirzapur Kala village, 420 candidates were tested by Shivshankar Singh Shivram Singh Mahavidyalaya, Amarnath Mahavidyalaya and Ram Bharosa College.

Dr. Dharmendra Pandey and BP Singh were sent here from the university as observers. In the second shift there was a study of Hindi literature for the third-year BA students. Students said the exam should start at 11 a.m., but the supervisors made the question paper available at 11:15 a.m. and closed it at 12:30 p.m. at the allotted time. During this time, a supervisor started taking exams from 80 students without taking OMR sheets and sitting in another room and encouraging other students to go out. This made the students angry.

Upon information from Rector Upma Pandey, SDM Pradeep Verma and the police reached the college and spoke to the students who had caused a stir. The SDM spoke to the supervisors and discussed re-running the exam. After consulting with the university’s senior officials, the supervisors gave a written promise to carry out the follow-up examination.

Headmaster said supervisors committed irregularities

Rector Upma Pandey said that the supervisors who came from the university made irregularities. At the time of the investigation, they started asking for the video surveillance number. Connectivity would have been messed up if the camera was moved. This delayed the examination. Later the students didn’t even have time. That spoiled the atmosphere.

The thing caught my eye. The decision whether or not to conduct the inspection at this center will be made after the supervisors’ report.

Dr. Anil Kumar Yadav, Registrar, Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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