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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

RTMNU's Academic Council accepts ATKT for Engineering students

RTMNU's Academic Council accepts ATKT for Engineering students

ACADEMIC Council of Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maliaraj Nagpur University (RTMNU) on Sunday approved the scheme to provide major respite to engineering students without providing full carry-on as demanded by a section of agitating students. This scheme will he called as "complete curriculum." The scheme based on an old notification dated September 10. 2001 permits partial carry-on for students and they are allowed to keep term (ATKT). According to this scheme, students who could not clear papers of III-IV and V-VI semester* would gel admission in 5th and 7th semester respectively. They can complete their term work but can appear in those examinations only after clearing papers of their previous semesters. The students would get five attempts to clear the semester with old course. If they tail, then they will have to go for new course.
The board of studies on Saturday also endorsed the formula finalised on August 29 in the meeting of various authorities and representatives of various students organisation. A seven-member team headed by former Dean and member of Management Council D K Agrawal prepared (he guidelines and details of scheme which was discussed by Academic Council and approved. This will benefit more than 3.00() engineering students and formula has been hailed by students organisations backed by major political outfits. However, some students organised under the banner of Students Organisation of Nagpur (STON) has opposed the formula and decided to continue their agitation and indefinite fast.
The students slammed RTMNU for late declare of results, improper valuation, inordinate delay in declaring revaluation results, reduction of excessive University fees. They also demanded RTMNU authorities to correct the improper and grossly delayed valuation and re-valuation process and to take responsibility for the academic harm caused to students by this alleged inefficiency. STON claimed that its representative was not allowed to submit a position paper to members of Academic Council. They demanded full carry-on citing AICTE rule and claimed that AICTE rules prevent students from appearing for their final (8th semester) examination unless they have cleared all precedent exams at least six months earlier. Keeping within this rule, full carry-on facility can be granted to students, permitting them to take admission into 5th or 7th semesters with the stipulation that they may appear for the 8th semester exam only if they have no backlog at the time of starting their 8th semesters.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

bt if anyone have no back in 2nd year bt having back in first year then what will he do please reaply

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