Agra6 hours ago
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The 15 thousand students who appeared for the B.Ed examination of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University of Agra are upset due to the negligence of the college management. Due to non-deposit of examination fee by the college management, the university administration has refused to include such students in the examination. About 48 thousand students of first and second year have to appear in the examination of B.Ed. The exam is to be held from 23rd September. But, till now there are about 15 thousand students whose examination fee has not been deposited in the account of the university. The university had given time till Monday night to all the college operators to deposit the examination fee. But, so far only about 40 thousand students’ MIS has been generated. The fees of about 15 thousand students have not come in the account of the university.
Once the exam has been postponed, the university had earlier announced to conduct the B.Ed exam in the second week of September. However, the in-charge of the nodal centers had refused to conduct the examination due to lack of preparation. After this the preparation of the university was also not complete. Admit cards were also not ready. In such a situation, the university administration had postponed the examination. University Registrar Vinod Kumar says that the last opportunity has been given for not depositing the examination fee of B.Ed. Strict action will be taken against the colleges which do not deposit the fees.