PUNE: Students at Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) and its associated institutions preparing for semester examinations in June have asked that the university deliver the promised question bank.
“The education department had promised pupils a question bank to help them study for the test,” Yuva Sena state secretary Kalpesh Yadav said. However, it has yet to be supplied. The test is only a month away. Many colleges and institutions in Maharashtra have not even finished the curriculum. Before publicising the examination, a review should have been conducted.”
After a two-year hiatus, the SPPU examination department has decided to offer offline tests by the end of June.
Yadav wrote a letter to Dhanraj.
According to Mahesh Kakade, SPPU’s head of examinations and assessment, the institution has begun planning for offline tests, and question papers are being created by specialists. Regarding higher and technical education minister Uday Samant’s tweet that there would be a two-day gap between each exam, Kakade stated that the university had already spoken to the minister and informed him of its inability to keep the gap because a longer exam period would further delay the next academic year. Meanwhile, final-year students who have registered for higher education courses in India and abroad want their results revealed shortly after the examinations so that they may make judgments about master’s programmes. Most universities have one academic year.