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Calicut University to hold special exams for failed students from 1995

Last chance to clear failed papers.
Offering a last and final chance to thousands of students of various courses,  including graduate and postgraduate courses, who had failed to pass or score enough marks in their  examinations since 1995, the Calicut University has decided to conduct  special supplementary examinations for those students in their failed subjects for the courses from 1995.
The examinations will be conducted as per the old syllabus. The decision regarding this was taken at the adalat organized by the Calicut University to solve the problems faced by students and graduates in the presence of Minister for Higher Education KT Jaleel earlier in last March.
The first edition of the examinations are expected to begin in March 2020.
The Vice Chancellor Dr K Mohammed Basheer announced the decision of the University to hold the one time special supplementary examinations to the failed candidates at the Senate meeting held in the University campus on Saturday
The Vice Chancellor informed the Senate that hundreds of examinations in the old scheme and syllabus pattern will have to be conducted. Teachers have to be specially delegated  with the specific responsibility for the conduct of special examinations. Question papers have to be set as per the old scheme and syllabus. All these works are highly elaborate and time consuming. It may take a time of one year to complete the whole process of exams from registration of candidates for the examinations to the publication of results, said the Vice Chancellor.
The move will help many students who had faile
d in various examinations
The university will issue notification for the examinations soon.
The decision of the University to conduct special supplementary examinations is really a boon and humanitarian gesture for thousands of unlucky students, who had narrowly missed their career dreams due to shortage of marks.
The failed BTech students who are in the lurch over years for the failure in a single paper or so are the students who will be benefited by the gesture of the University.
In yet another decision, the Senate of the University awarded degrees to 17852 candidates who have passed the various examinations, the results of which were published upto last Friday. This include 28 diplomas, 9857 degrees, 7053 postgraduate degrees, 20  M Phil and 54 Ph D degrees.
The Senate was also informed that urgent steps are underway to expedite the payment of remuneration to the teachers for the evaluation of answer scripts by introducing digitalization. At present, Varsity is facing severe criticism for the huge back logs of payments pending due for teachers.
Workshops will be conducted for familiarizing the College staff on the new UG and PG regulations brought into force from this academic year onwards, the Senate was informed.
The answer scripts which were evaluated and kept accumulated in colleges will be taken back from the Colleges within a month, giving much relief to the teachers and colleges alike

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