Education

Students protest, demand relaxation in syllabus for joint exams

ANH Desk

Sheikh Danish

Dozens of students assembled at Press enclave Srinagar chanted slogans in favour of justice.

Srinagar, April 01 (ANH) : The undergrad­uate students including boys and girls staged pro­test here at Press colony Srinagar,to demand 50 per cent relax­ation in their syllabus for the upcoming joint examination of 5th and 6th semesters.

The students urged au­thorities to fulfil their de­mands at an earliest.

The protesting students said that since the examina­tion for the 5th and 6th se­mester are being scheduled to be held joint­ly after three months ; the Kashmir University administration must deduct their syllabus by 50 per cent so that the students could heave a sigh of relief.

Saying that the protest held today was not against any official or administra­tion but to press for their demands, the students said, “We hope the administra­tion would look into the is­sue and fulfil our demands at an earliest.”

They said that the results for the third and fourth semester have not been declared so far.

“We have come up with a few de­mands.

We hope the admin­istration won’t play with our future and would fulfil our demands shortly,” they said.(ANH)

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