Khalsa College to go ahead with scheduled exam today

Tribune News Service

Amritsar, March 3

Khalsa College Governing Council has decided to go ahead with the scheduled examination to be held on March 4. Despite the call given by GNDUTA and PCCTU to boycott all examination duties on March 4, Khalsa College will hold examination as per the given schedule on the day. Informing about the same, Dr Mehal Singh, principal Khalsa College, said, “We have decided to conduct the examination as per schedule for students’ convenience. The students have already been facing lot of hassles due to delayed examination process because of Covid-19 situation. Further delay will be uncalled for.” Dr Mehal Singh added that they will be conducting the exam with ad hoc staff.

“We stand in solidarity with the teachers in their cause for demanding their rights. I have asked teachers, who wish to join to protest march by various associations and unions on March 4, to do so. But then, student interest will also be kept in mind.” The college management has an autonomous body to prepare schedule for examinations, independent from GNDU’s schedule. The varsity has rescheduled the examination for March 4 to March 5.

The examination for BA Mass Communication and Journalism, BSc (hons) chemistry, BSc (hons) maths and several other courses are scheduled for March 4.

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