Leh: Lieutenant Governor, RK Mathur here on Monday chaired a meeting with Controller of Examination, University of Kashmir, Prof. Farooq Ahmad Mir and University of Ladakh Controller of Examinations, Deskyong Namgyal.
Two Rectors of campuses of Kashmir University in Ladakh were also present in the meeting. The meeting was held regarding the status of UG University Examinations of the students of different semesters and batches and the declaration of result of these examinations.
Prof. Farooq presented a detailed status of examinations and results and apprised to the LG about the establishment of Examination sub offices at two satellite campuses of the University of Kashmir in which local human resource was engaged to address all the grievances of the students of this region.
The LG was informed that the Vice-chancellor of the University of Kashmir is taking personal interest in the examination processes of the student of Ladakh region. “It is due to his personal efforts that the separate conduct of examination and evaluation of the answer scripts through examination sub office was ensured with the result the examinations are being conducted without any postponement,” he was informed.
He was also informed that the conduct and result declaration of all the semester of the students of this region are much ahead to the students of Kashmir region.
The LG appreciated the efforts put in by University of Kashmir to address the concern of the students of Ladakh.
On the suggestion of LG Ladakh, Prof. Farooq Ahmad Mir and Prof. Deskyong Namgyal were entrusted to prepare a road-map to hold these exams in future within the time frame so as to address grievances of the students of Ladakh.
It was informed that in the mentioned road-map, special consideration will be given to students of 2015 batch and it was decided that their backlog exams shall be held in March-April 2020.
The LG directed the Controller of Examination, University of Kashmir to come up with detailed data on different semesters of 2015 batch so as to ascertain the actual number of students who have passed out in stipulated time frame as per the University norms.