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    Published On : Mon, Dec 2nd, 2013
    Education | By Nagpur Today Nagpur News

    Senate meeting turns ‘battlefield’ as members launch blitz against RTMNU on burning issues

    Some members targeted the RTMNU Administration for untold suffering being faced by students on account of enormous delay in revaluation, and some members squarely blamed the teachers checking answer papers by calling them inefficient and having senseless attitude towards students’ problems.

    NU11Nagpur News.

    The Sunday the December 1 proved to be a “Black Sunday” for RTMNU Administration as the Senate Meeting was turned into a “Battlefield” with members launching a blitz against the University on the burning revaluation issue. Some members targeted the RTMNU Administration for untold suffering being faced by students on account of enormous delay in revaluation, and some members squarely blamed the teachers checking answer papers by calling them inefficient and having senseless attitude towards students’ problems. The lack of coordination between University and teachers is forcing the students take maximum brunt. And the RTMNU Administration found itself helpless in the “Battle Zone.”

    DIRTY POLITICS:

    The first salvo in the Senate Meeting was fired by Mahendra Nimbarte when he brought Call Attention Motion as soon as the meeting got under way. He raised pointed questions over nagging delay in revaluation. “The delay in revaluation not only puts students in financial losses but it sucks them mentally, too.” After Nimbarte’s salvo, there was a volley of firing from other members. Ramesh Bobhate, while shooting his remarks, said, “The RTMNU politics is playing a dirty game between valuation of answer papers and moderation. Teachers shirk their responsibility towards moderation after valuation of answer papers. There is no fear among teachers who check answer papers. Most disturbing fact is that those teachers who can’t even talk or write English are being given responsibility of checking English answer papers. This is just shocking,” Bobhate lamented.

    NO ACTION:

    Another Senate Member Sameer Kene said, “Every time some specific senior teachers are being called for valuation of answer papers. It has been regularly observed that after revaluation, the marks of students get increased considerably. Then why no action is taken against those teachers who checked the papers initially.” Vasant Chute questioned: “Some teachers wanted to check answer papers on time. Then why they are not given the work of checking the answer papers?”

    TIME LIMIT:

    Adv Abhijit Vanjari said, “At present, there is no time limit to complete the job of checking the answer papers. This lacuna is making the teachers careless and they are not completing the process of checking answer papers on time.” Adv D K Agrawal raised the question over present situation of simultaneous process of regular valuation and revaluation. There is always delay in handing over photo copies of answer papers to students. While Ramesh Pise said, “Courses are being run in the absence of teachers which creates difficulty in getting teachers for checking of answer papers.” Nandkumar Kale lamented that many teachers hesitate to give their names for checking purpose.

    Mruntyunjay Singh said, “Only teachers are blamed for their working style but no attention is paid on the RTMNU officials who also create a sort of nuisance.” Dr Meghe described the piquant situation. “According to 32(5) Rule, some teachers cannot participate in the process of checking answer papers and due to lack of recognized teachers, names of temporary teachers can’t be given for checking of answer papers.”

    NO COORDINATION:

    Dr Babanrao Taywade charged that there is no coordination at all within RTMNU Administration. “The students and colleges are being fined for any mistake on their part but the University officials are selectively spared of any fine even after grave mistakes are committed by them. There are additional teachers for checking of answer papers and the Administration should prepare a list of them.”

    TEACHERS’ CARELESS ATTITUDE:

    Pro-Vice-Chancellor Maheshkumar Yenki lamented that the teachers show no interest in job of checking answer papers which clearly reveals careless attitude on their part. Colleges should also appoint recognized teachers on time. Even after recognition to subjects, teachers are not appointed for years together, Yenki said.

     

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