Call our expert counsellor to get usable advice
Entrance exams, Courses and General Tips
335 Cadets Graduate from NDA
Common Management Admission Test CMAT 2012 Notification
Engineering Admission Insights
Medical colleges can follow COMED-K seat-matrix for PG Courses
NFAI Hikes Research Fellowship
Arts/ Science/ Commerce
Tablet PCs below Rs. 10,000 set to become a reality
The Mahamaya Technical University has ordered an investigation into the matter of not a single student in ten colleges affiliated to it getting passing marks in any of the subjects in the second semester B.Tech exams. MTU officials said that the fact that not even a single student was able to secure the required passing percentage in any subject raises questions regarding the quality of education being imparted in these institutions.
"The university has 408 colleges affiliated to it and among these 178 colleges offer B.Tech. However the results are not very positive and there will be a definite investigation into the matter," said an official. The vice chancellor of the university said that he has ordered the colleges to explain the reason for this poor performance and has sent a letter instructing them to explain the reasons behind it. University officials said that the faculty in these colleges will also be coming under the radar for checking their credentials. "The fate of a student lies in the hands of his or her teachers and the teachers have a responsibility to bear in this matter," said the official. First year B.Tech had the poorest performance amongst the courses, with a total pass percentage of only 46%. Around 42,000 students sat for their second semester exams. The pass percentage for 10,000 students who gave the final year MBA courses was 65%.
Courtesy: Times of India
An Overview of way2k.com