The guilty college is Koradi Arts, Commerce and Science College which is run by a Senate Member of RTMNU Dr Sarayu Taiwade
Nagpur News: A most disturbing fact as far as students are concerned has come to notice again as the Koradi Arts, Commerce and Science College held an examination of a paper on May 11, originally slated for May 14. The College is run by a Senate Member of Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University (RTMNU) who is well apprised of various activities of RTMNU.
The frustrating outcome of the major flaw by a RTMNU’s college is that the RTMNU has been forced to postpone the paper of Chemistry, Microbiology, Mathematics of MSc First Year (Old Syllabus) slated for May 14 to another date because this examination was held on May 11 at a examination Centre. As soon as the RTMNU came to know about the flaw, it was forced to postpone the paper of Chemistry, Microbiology, Mathematics of MSc-I (Old Syllabus) to another date. Now, the fresh date would be announced soon. The centre where this error occurred belongs to Dr Sarayu Taiwade, who is also a Senate Member. Previously, too, such types of errors were reported from Saoner, Aashti and Samudrapur.
According to reports, on technical grounds, the RTMNU has postponed the date of the examination paper of MSc First Year (Old Syllabus) and First Semester originally slated for May 14. The information regarding the change had been given to RTMNU and various examination centres. But the students reached the examination centres unaware of the change and were told about the change at the examination centres, at the nick of time, only. The most difficult part of this episode was that the paper was slated at 2.30 pm in the blistering summer heat, and the change, created a sort of dilemma for them.
FINE: The major flaw on the part of the centre would cost the Principal of the Koradi College as a fifty would be recovered from the Principal according to rules and regulations of RTMNU. The entire papers were recalled from the examination centres because of the major error on the part the centre which held the examination on May 11 instead of May 14. Now, fresh papers would be supplied to the centres involving huge amount of money in transporting the previous papers and transporting the fresh papers. Earlier, also, the cost was recovered from the concerned Principals when the same mistake was committed at three places, informed Mahesh Kumar Yenky, Pro-Vice Chancellor of the RTMNU.