Bamu students to get copies of answer sheets via email

  • | Monday | 4th December, 2023

Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar: Students of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (Bamu) will now be getting photocopies of their answer sheets via email on application for grievance redressal.The universitys senate has taken this decision that is expected to save students time and energy.As per the existing procedure, the photocopies are sent to the respective colleges on their registered accounts, from where these documents are made available to students.Governor-appointed member of the Bamu senate, C L Godbole, who raised the demand to send photocopies of answer sheets directly to students, said the latest reform would expedite the redressal process. The non-teaching employees generally have access to the official accounts of registered affiliated colleges. Students need to pay multiple visits to colleges to know whether their photocopies have been sent by the university or not. The latest reform would benefit scores of students, he said.Advocacy group Vidyapeeth Vikas Manch (VVM), which has been pursuing the demand for giving direct access of photocopies to students, demanded the immediate implementation of the reform passed by the Bamu senate. The delay in the redressal process directly impacts the preparation of students. Many students wait for the redressal outcome till the examination approaches, VVM state secretary Gajanan Sanap said.Students applying for redressal must submit a form and a fee of Rs 100 per subject through their respective colleges within 10 days of the declaration of the result. In the past, several students had complained of not getting photocopies even as the university maintained no fault at its end and passed on the blame to the colleges.Bamu has jurisdiction over half of Marathwada with a collective student strength of more than 4.4 lakh studying in over 450 affiliated colleges.We also published the following articles recentlyMBA student slits college mates throat in Tamil NaduAn MBA student was arrested in Karur district of Tamil Nadu for slitting the throat of a fellow student. The injured student, a third year electronics and communication engineering student, was admitted to a government hospital. The arrested student, a first year MBA student, picked a quarrel with the victim on a college bus and attacked him with a knife. The victim was rushed to the hospital and is now in stable condition. The police have registered a case and are conducting further inquiries.Udhayanidhi Stalin launches AI-powered chatbot for college studentsTamil Nadu sports minister Udhayanidhi Stalin launched the AI-powered chatbot Ilaya on the Naan Mudhalvan website to assist college students with skill development training and job opportunities. The Naan Mudhalvan scheme aims to bridge the gap between student skillsets and industrial requirements. Since 2021, over 1.2 lakh youths have found employment through state government skill training programs. Udhayanidhi also introduced an IVR control room to support Naan Mudhalvan candidates and launched the Neeye Unaku Raja program to train traditional craft makers and help them start businesses.Temporary NMC relief for displaced medical students of 4 Manipur collegesDisplaced students from violence-hit areas in Manipur can now take online or hybrid classes at Churachandpur Medical College. Examinations for these students will also be conducted at the same medical college, with special classes arranged to make up for attendance and internal assessment deficiencies. The National Medical Commission (NMC) made these decisions after discussions with state authorities and deans of the affected medical colleges. The Manipur government had been requesting alternative arrangements for classes and exams since the outbreak of violence on May 3.

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