What can be termed as a relief for the candidates who were affected during Bharat Bandh protest on April 2. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University on Tuesday has announced that it would conduct a special re-exam for students who were unable to appear in the main exam.
In this examination, students from 14 courses will be allowed to appear which is scheduled to held on September 22. The university administration will later release a list of candidates eligible to appear for the exam. University public relation officer GS Sharma said, "Considering the genuine problem of students who were unable to appear in the exam on April 2, university vice-chancellor Arvind Kumar Dixit has ordered to conduct a special exam on September 22. A total of 14 exams were held on April 2. A list of students eligible to appear in the exam will be released soon.
The University will also conduct the re-examination for the 2017-18 batch students on October 3 and 4. Around 22,000 students would be taking the examination. The Agra University has meanwhile not taken any decision to curb the cases related to use of unfair means in the exam. Flying squads during the main exams had reported that cheating took place in more than 200 colleges. Due to this, the results of thousands of students of these colleges were put on hold.