Published On : Tue, May 21st, 2013
Education | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

RTMNU’s flaw on holding “not in timetable” LLB paper leaves the students shocked

Nagpur News: In a shocking development, that put the LLB students in a terrible dilemma, the paper of “Contract 2”, which was not in the timetable of LLB (Five-year) old syllabus’s Sixth Semester, was held in an examination centre exposing the irresponsible affairs of Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) in the crucial issues of examinations. The major flaw on the part of RTMNU triggered a panic wave among the unaware students, and, it is presumed, the RTMNU authorities are in the dark over the flaw.

According to reports, the paper “Contract 2” of five-year LLB’s Sixth Semester (Old Syllabus), was to be held on May 20 in accordance with RTMNU’s timetable. However, shockingly, the students were totally unaware of the paper, and, they were not issued even the admission cards, courtesy RTMNU. The net result of this folly on the part of RTMNU was not a single student turned up at examination centre. As soon as the fact came to notice of the Centre’s Officer In-Charge, he scrambled to the College authorities and enquired about the ground reality and was informed that the students were totally  in the dark about the development.

However, some students learnt the fact and they started calling the College and enquiring about the actual position. Their enquiry revealed that they were not issued even the admission cards leave alone the scheduled paper to be held on May 20. The shocked students further put into horrible dilemma when they inquired about the folly to Assistant Registrar Professional Examination Thool, who raised his hands and feigned ignorance about the fact carelessly. When the students further dug up the grounds for more information, they got apprised themselves that the timetable was a different one.

Now, the crucial question arises: How the concerned authorities held the paper without informing the students and not issuing the admission cards to them for the paper? When the Pro-Vice Chancellor Mahesh Yenky was approached for further information over the major flaw, he said the media would be apprised of the fact after he gets all details on the issue. However, the shocked students have decided to gate-crash the examination centre and lodge their strong protest on the folly.