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Students of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences Request to Bring Old Evaluation System Back

Oct 15, 2013 04:43 IST
    A 2nd memorandum pro-vice-chancellor was presented by around 50 students of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) on 14 October 2013, seeking university administration to get back to the old method for evaluation.

    The students gathered and demonstration in front of the university and handed a memorandum to pro-VC Shekhar Rajderkar, due to VC being out of town.

    On September 19 also about 100 students met the vice-chancellor to request him to cancel the present evaluation system concerning with double checking of papers.

    As per the new scheme of evaluation, two moderator checks the same answer and the mean of marks allotted by both moderators becomes the final score.

    Whereas the demand of students is to allot back the old system, where applying for revaluation by students were accepted and the photo copies of answer sheets were also provided. Even though, the mandatory charge of Rs 500 per answer sheet for revaluation was to be given.

    Rajderkar (pro VC) stated the issue currently to be as sub-judice and hence he cannot comment on the matter. Some students have approached the high court and the decision given by high court would be abided.
    A 2nd memorandum pro-vice-chancellor was presented by around 50 students of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) on 14 October 2013, seeking university administration to get back to the old method for evaluation.

    The students gathered and demonstration in front of the university and handed a memorandum to pro-VC Shekhar Rajderkar, due to VC being out of town.

    On September 19 also about 100 students met the vice-chancellor to request him to cancel the present evaluation system concerning with double checking of papers.

    As per the new scheme of evaluation, two moderator checks the same answer and the mean of marks allotted by both moderators becomes the final score. 
    Whereas the demand of students is to allot back the old system, where applying for revaluation by students were accepted and the photo copies of answer sheets were also provided. Even though, the mandatory charge of Rs 500 per answer sheet for revaluation was to be given.

    Rajderkar (pro VC) stated the issue currently to be as sub-judice and hence he cannot comment on the matter. Some students have approached the high court and the decision given by high cour

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