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    Published On : Thu, Aug 2nd, 2018

    NSUI members plant sapling on RTMNU exam controller’s chair

    Nagpur: Agitated on not finding the examination controller in his cabin, the members of National Students’ Union of India (NSUI) installed a sapling on his chair and watered it in protest. The NSUI members were agitating against the negligence and mismanagement of officials at Pariksha Bhavan on Amravati road campus.

    After the retirement of Dr Puranchandra Meshram as the Registrar of Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU), examination controller Niraj Khati has been appointed as the Registrar. Khati, therefore, is working on two positions having additional work of both the departments.

    NSUI vice-president Ajit Singh said that they had gone to the Pariksha Bhavan with their grievances but none of the officials paid heed to them while Khati was not in his cabin. Students were frustrated as they were facing many problems. Results of many courses were delayed without any notice, Singh said.

    When students come to the department to complain about errors in their results, the security guards didn’t allow them to enter the premises. Pro-Mark company officials were involved in committing errors in students’ mark-sheets. Students were getting failed due to negligence of examination department officials. Students were also not able to join next session classes as their revaluation results were delayed unnecessarily, Singh alleged.

    In the absence of examination controller in his office, the officials of the department were not working properly and also not behaving with students. Students were in mental stress due to this behavior of the officials, Singh claimed.

    Singh added that the Pro-Mark company, which has been assigned the task of documentation of results of students, was committing numerous errors in the results and thus playing with the future of students.

    Singh said the NSUI delegation met Vice-Chancellor and apprised him of their grievances. The delegation included NSUI district president Ashish Mandpe, Abhishek Singh, Sushant Lokhande, Vivek Rai, Sandeep Jain, Aniruddha Pandey, Pranay Singh, Sagar Ghodse, Anup Bhandari and Nitin Golait.

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