Govt. endorses KSLU’s stand of holding offline examination


The State Authorities on Tuesday declared that it might stand by the Karnataka State Legislation College (KSLU) that has made bodily examination necessary for its college students.

The scholars of the KSLU have been staging a protest since December 6 demanding that the college mustn’t go forward with the plans to carry offline examination. They need the college to advertise them to the subsequent semester primarily based on analysis of their assignments.

Elevating the problem through the Zero Hour within the Legislative Meeting, Congress member Abbayya Prasad sought to attract the Authorities’s consideration on the continued protest of the legislation college students and alleged that the Vice-Chancellor the college was adamant.

He alleged that the Vice-Chancellor was dealing with numerous expenses, together with monetary mismanagement, and sought that the Authorities intervene to make him fall in line.

Replying to him, Legislation Minister J.C. Madhuswamy defended the college’s stand by arguing that selling college students with out examination would scale back the standard of training within the college. No pupil pursuing skilled programs like legislation and drugs ought to be promoted with out examination, he maintained.

He alleged that the protesting college students have been eager to be promoted with out examination. However as per the survey performed by the college, about 17,000 college students, who shaped an awesome majority, had favoured bodily examination, he famous and asserted that the Authorities in addition to the college’s stand was to carry bodily examination.


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