Kashmir University Law Students Aghast Over Varsity’s Decision To Conduct Offline Exams

KU Law Students Aghast Over Varsity’s Decision To Conduct Offline Exams

Say Online Classes Necessitate Online Exams Only

Ubaid Bhat

Srinagar, Nov 16 (GNS): Scores of law students from Kashmir University and its affiliated colleges Tuesday protested against the decision of varsity to conduct offline exams of several semesters.

The students, as per GNS, had assembled at Press Colony to lodge their protest.

“We have assembled here to demand that our exams be conducted in online mode as the classes were conducted in the same mode only”, a protestor said adding if it happens otherwise, then they will go for a hunger strike before Governor House, unless their demand is met.

“Even the datesheet formulated by the varsity authorities has left us little time to prepare for the exams”, the protestor maintained.

Reiterating the demand, the protestor said they want justice as online classes necessitate online exams only. (GNS)