Scores of students from Cluster University on Wednesday expressed resentment against Cluster University Srinagar for delaying the final results of 6th semester, saying that further delay in results can cost them full academic year.
The students from Cluster University Srinagar raised concern with Rising Kashmir for delay in declaration of result after appearing for 6th semester examination and expressed fear that delay in result declaration after the deadline set by Kashmir University may cost more than 1000 students a year.
As per students they have to appear in the Post Graduate entrance examination of Kashmir University but their 6th semester results are yet to be declared by the Cluster University Srinagar.
"In a recent notification, KU has directed us to upload their marks, obtained in the graduation courses, before September 27 2020, failing which we shall not be selected for PG courses," they said.
As per them the KU has set up Sep 27 2020 as deadline.
Saima Jan, a student said that thousands of students are in dilemma whether CU will declare their graduation degree result before the deadline or not.
“We contacted concerned officials regarding the issue in both the universities, KU officials said they cannot extend the date while as officials at CU said they cannot prepare results in such a short time,” she said.
"Usually admission is given on a provisional basis," said another student Faika Qayoom.
“We are anxious about what if our long awaited results are declared after the declaration of KU entrance examination result,” she asked.
Another student Insha Jan said that it took them four years to complete a three year degree course through this University.
“We have already given sacrifice of a year in this three year degree course, adding how we can afford the loss of another year if CU fails to declare the result before the deadline set by the KU,” she questioned.
Students urged Lt. Governor Manoj Sinha led administration and heads of both the Universities to look into the matter and redress their grievances lest they shall lose their year.
However, Controller Examination Cluster University Srinagar, Kurshid Mir told Rising Kashmir that colleges have been given deadline of September 20,
for submitting awards.
“Not every college has submitted awards of the students. Few colleges have submitted awards including S.P. College, Woman’s College M.A. road. Rest have not submitted awards yet,” he said.
He said it is not possible to declare results unless colleges won’t submit awards to their office.