BCA Final Year Students, Still Worried

Shimla: A period of a month has passed away but still Himachal University has failed to take any decision on the problem that BCA III students are facing.

Students had reported that there were a number of questions in BCA III Math exam held on 12th April which were not related to the course. This contains 42 numbers of marks which were not concerned to the syllabus according to the students. A memorandum related to the problem was sent to the University on the behalf of the students by the Principals of the colleges including Govt. Degree College Sanjauli. But no reaction has given by the University till date.

Nitin Sharma, a student of BCA III from Sanjauli College has shown that students are confused about the paper held on 12th April. “We need grace marks in the paper otherwise it would be problematic to the students because 40 plus marks questions were not related to the course in the Math Paper”, he added.

Other BCA students Ankita Khimta, Shubham, Ankush etc. are also worried about the exam held on 12th April. Ankita said that we are looking ahead for admission in MCA but this problem is making us in confusion. About half marks paper which is from out of course was obviously a big reason to worry. University should take it in to consideration very soon.

On the behalf of University authority the problem will be resolved related to this issue. The Controller of Examination Narender Avasthi said that we’ll consider the problem that students are facing related to the BCA Math exam and it will be resolved soon.

Meanwhile, the so called student’s welfare organization in Himachal University has not made any demand with the VC related to this problem. Whereas, ABVP Leader Kaul Negi has claimed that University should give a fair decision in favour to the students about this issue because it is related to their future. SFI Activists Chandrkant has also made the same statement that University should come forward to solve the problem with students.

On the other side, A group of NSUI faced a meeting with the VC on Friday where VC accompanied the students to make a conclusion soon.

But ultimately, it’s the students who are facing the problem that the new session is about to start. If no solution comes from the University related to the issue then it would be problematic of course to them to get even pass marks in the concerned paper.

An intern at Hill Post, Dharam Prakash is pursuing masters in journalism & mass communication at Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla. Previously, he has worked as an intern at Dainik Jagran Ltd. A young journalist in making, Dharam Prakash loves to blog and writes what he believes in.

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