TNAU arrear exam results shows candidates were unsuccessful, which has triggered the students to uphold protest at the university premises.Over 200 students of the Tamil Nadu Agricultural University (TNAU) here on Saturday blocked a road in the front of the university protesting against the management.
12 bachelor’s courses are offered by the TNAU including Agricultural, Horticulture and a total of 44 colleges in which 14 direct colleges and 19 affiliated colleges offer the courses. The students alleged over the results of the arrears exams conducted in August and September as many of the students who appeared for the examination failed.
The students said the university did not publish the mark list but just mentioned it as a fail. It was also mentioned some students who appeared for the online examination were allegedly involved in malpractice, the police said.
As the traffic was disrupted, police said they went to the spot and dispersed the students, who then sat in dharna on the university campus in front of the office of the Vice-Chancellor holding placards saying “we want justice.
” As some students were asked to discuss the issue with the senior officials in the management, the agitation was withdrawn temporarily, they said. The students demanded to repel the faulty results and publish the result of the formal examination. The students are in talks with University Department Examination officials.
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