SPPU Students Protest Today, Demanding Re-exam After Candidates Raise Various Issues With Result

Pune 20th September 2022: Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) Students demanding a re-exam after getting many issues with their results. All the students are now going to gather and protest against Pune University today. The Pune University students already reported the issues with results in the examination department but did not get a positive response.

SPPU Students Protest

There is going to be a demand for a re-exam in this protest for all the students of Pune University. This protest was organized by the Students Union on 20 September Tuesday at 11 am, the main of this protest is the demand to conduct the re-exam as soon as possible.


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In order to restore the academic year delayed due to covid, the students and the students’ association & union are demanding that a re-examination of all students should be conducted and permanent full-time vice-chancellor should be appointed in Savitribai Phule Pune University. Sachin Pandule the president of Yuvak Kranti Dal Pune city and Omkar Benke the president of the nationalist student congress is the leaders of this protest.

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Now it has to be seen whether Pune University fulfills these demands or not. Re-exams are going to be very beneficial for the students. Because Pune University has created a lot of issues in the exam results, students of some streams have got 0 marks even after there is the rule of combined passing. So it becomes a matter of concern that final-year students are losing their jobs due to marked exam failures.

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