Pune University: Vice-Chancellor Made Final Decision On Student’s Protest Demanding Offline MCQ Exams
Pune: The Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) Summer Exams are On-Going from June 20th. The Student Protest is now over. Pune University’s Kulguru (Vice-Chancellor) Prof Sanjeev Sonawane replied to the students that we will not take back the decision regarding the offline exam. The exams for the summer semester will be held in the ‘traditional long answers’ pattern only.
The Pune University flip-flop drama over the summer semester examination has led to a headache for the students. The SPPU Kulguru has told the students. “We are one of the biggest universities in Maharashtra, For that SPPU Prestige is important for us. We have already announced that we will be conducting summer exams in the offline pattern. Varsity has already prepared to give question banks to the students. SPPU to give students 2 Days Gaps between 2 Papers & 15 min Extra Time for Offline exams. The examination has already started on June 20th. We will not take the decision back on the exam format.” Says Kulguru.
SPPU Students Protest: Around 200 students were spotted in front of the main gate of Pune University on Tuesday demanding to conduct the examination in MCQ mode. But that doesn’t mean students had a phobia of offline exams. 70% syllabus is taught online, then the exam should not be held in the traditional model, say students.
The Pune University examination’s first paper was held on June 20th. Most of the sources on Monday are a few complaints raised by the students. That the question Bank doesn’t help him on the exam. Hence, When the student representatives raised their voices on this, Exam director Mahesh Kakde said ‘question banks are only practice banks. We all know this is only a collection of model questions.
Meanwhile, What is the decision of the university for ATKT and backlog students is yet to be seen. It is very important to be a soft corner on these criteria of the varsity. We are also looking for the solution of combined passing said, sppu officials.