The nine students of Mass communication department, who were debarred from taking the MJMC final exams would finally be able to take the papers.
Patna University had debarred 9 students from taking the exams of MJMC. The head of the department of Hindi, of the Patna University, Prof. Matuk Nath Cahudhary had debarred at least 9 students from taking the MJMC final exams. It had been alleged by the department of Hindi that the students have done some alterations with the attendance records of the department. A committee had been formed to check the corrections of the allegations made at the students.
The students have been provided relief in the matter by providing them with an opportunity to write the exams. The exams, according to the reports are starting from 16th of this month. The students have welcomed the move of the university.
It has also been reported that the students have been allowed to write the papers as the report of the inspection committee had not come yet. It is also possible, that if the students are found guilty of making the attendance by using unfair means, the results of the students would be with-held.
The decision of the university has also been backed by the inspection committee itself. The move has been taken in order to keep the future of the students safe, if they are not found guilty.
Source: Shreya Shikha, City Journalist - Patna, CollegeDekho