The officials say that they want to send a strong message to those students bunking classes. Among the one lack registered candidates, about 70,000 students are being eligible to take up the exams which begun last week. The examination continues to be till the end of November.
G.Bishshmaiah, Controller of examination at OU told "As per strict instructions of Osmania University (OU) about 30,000 students were detained due to lack of attendance from across all undergraduate colleges which are affiliated to the University. And the University cannot be lenient with candidates who have just about 20% of Attendance."
The examination authorities have also barred several candidates of student union leaders with poor attendance from sitting in the examination. Some of them spearheaded the Telangana issue demonstration and prevented other students from entering classes.
In-turn the debarred students have planned for a strike against Osmaina University. As per the managements of the top city , the instructions of the university, had kept a strict online log of attendance and hence the crackdown was easier as identifying the erring students was not difficult.
About 135 students who were denied in Loyla Degree College, Alwal had submitted a memorandum to the college authorities asking them to write off their attendance shortage. And in the Villa Marie College for Women, Somajiguda, 30 students who were denied of exams have also stages a protest. The students who miss the examination this November will have to forego an academic year to clear the papers.
So what would be the result of this issue. Will these 30,000 students waste one year of studies? Will they really have to forego an other year to clear up their exams? For updates an more news keep visiting.