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Two T. Y. B.Com students have moved the Bombay high court challenging the decision on re-exam for the Marketing and Human Resources Management paper. Jayprakash Agarwal (26) and Chetan Kumar Sharma (22) of N. J. Acharya and D. K. Marathe College in Chembur claimed the MHRM paper was seen only by around 40 students in a Bhiwandi centre, so there was no need to subject all 85,000 students to a re-exam.
The plea will come up for hearing on Wednesday 4th April. Meanwhile, students have called off their April 4 protest in the absence of police permission. Instead, they plan to land up at the HC to support the petitioners. While the plea mentions only 40 students saw the MHRM paper a day in advance, the varsitys inquiry committee report had stated 510 students had got the paper. Problems continued on Tuesday 3rd March, with T. Y. B.A. students at M. D. College, Parel, being forced to wait for more than 20 minutes for their English Literature-IV question paper.K Lalitha, head of the literature department at R. D. National College, Bandra, said the students were not given additional time to make up for the delay. Meanwhile, evaluation of answer sheets is behind schedule, with close to 6 lakh booklets waiting to be corrected as fewer than 1% of the faculty have turned up for assessment duty. The teachers are protesting the states failure to regularize those who have not taken the National Eligibility Test or the State Eligibility Test.
Courtesy: Times of India
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