A non-compliance with rules has been spotted from the affiliated colleges of Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU) with regards to the one-time exit scheme for non-credit based choice system (Non-CBCS) students. The varsity has now realised that colleges have failed to implement the system appropriately and has issued a diktat.
What is the non-compliance issue?
The affiliated colleges of VTU, while collecting the examination fee for the one-time exit scheme students, also collected fees for the succeeding semester and listed them for the December-January 2018 examinations.
This means, they have not paused to check if the student had cleared the one time exam but collecting fees before hand.
What does the official notification read?
Satish Annigere, Registrar of Evaluation, VTU, issued a circular saying, "It has been brought to the notice of the undersigned that some colleges have allowed a certain category of students to apply for December 2017/January 2018 examinations even though they should not have been allowed to do so."
Instructions to students
The circular from the registrar contains the following guidelines:
- Students registered under one-time exit scheme cannot apply for regular semesters
- Students of 2011 batch BE/B.Tech - lateral entry -cannot apply for regular or arrear examinations
- Students of 2013 batch MBA and M.Tech cannot apply for examinations
Instruction to principals
The principals of affiliated engineering colleges are directed not to allow the mentioned category of students to appear for examinations in the upcoming December-January examinations.
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