JNU teachers oppose exam rule – The Hindu

A recent order from the Controller of Examinations of the Jawaharlal Nehru University directs teachers to provide answers to questions to be asked in the entrance examinations to M.A. and M.Phil/PhD courses — before the exams are held. With examinations to the university scheduled to start on May 16, there is widespread apprehension that providing answers before the examinations are held virtually opened the door to possible leakage of question papers along with their answers.

In a university variously regarded as an ideal example of social inclusion to a Left bastion, this order is being resisted as it is seen to be tinkering with an examination process that has withstood the test of time in the manner in which it has been conducted over the years. Emails sent by The Hindu to the Vice-Chancellor, M. Jagadesh Kumar, and the controller of examinations, Professor H. Sharma, went unanswered.

Source: JNU teachers oppose exam rule – The Hindu

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