Students Protest at Solapur University, Demand for Offline MCQ Exams
Solapur 18th June 2022: The Summer Semester exams in all Maharashtra universities should be held in uniformity mode. Therefore, the Students Union filed a petition in the High Court. But the government seems incapable of bringing about equality. Now Solapur University Students. Today, more than Thousands of students protest solapur university for demanding the offline MCQ method exam.
Recently Solapur varsity students filed a petition in the high court over an exam issue. Summer examination should be conducted in an offline MCQ mode, so students protested this Saturday in the main building of Punyashlok Ahilyadevi Holkar Solapur University. Due to no uniformity in the Maharashtra examination system, some university students filed a petition regarding this issue.
The syllabus thought in the online mode & no complete syllabus was taught. The students of Solapur university have demanded to the officials that if the new academic year is to start on time, then the summer examination of Solapur University should be held in offline MCQ mode. This can be implemented in all the universities in the state and examinations.
Recently YUVASENA Joint Secretary, State of Maharashtra demanded to all the state university vice-chancellors is to conduct the exams in one format. Kalpesh Yadav also requested the all-university of Maharashtra chancellor to resolve this issue as possible.
Punyashlok Ahilyadevi Holkar Solapur University (PAHSU) examination department decided to conduct summer semester examinations from 20th June. But Now exams have been postponed once again, and everyone’s attention is focused on how the exams will be conducted.
Kalpesh Yadav blamed this for Solapur university. Why exams will be postponed? How do students get results on time? Kalpesh also requested Minister of Higher And Technical Education minister Uday Samant to take action against those who play with the academic future of the students.
University exams have already been held all over the country. The students of Maharashtra have lagged behind this time. Take concrete steps to bring uniformity to the university, Kalpesh Yadav Said.