After various students who appeared for final year examinations received discrepancies in the results announced, SPPU has decided to scrutinise the complaints and take further steps about the same.
At least 18,000 students’ data was checked randomly by Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU), who were marked absent, and out of which 10,000 students had not logged in at all. While there are approximately 8,000 students who are genuine, SPPU will now check the backend problems and take further decision.
Talking about the same, Vaibhav Edke, a student representative said, “We have received complaints from at least 1000 students that they faced discrepancies in the result and have also emailed to SPPU to conduct reexamination for these students. SPPU should check the details about all these students and take a decision.”
Mahesh Kakade, Director, Examination SPPU Department, said, “As we received complaints from students that they were marked absent or marks were shown zero, we randomly checked 18,000 such cases. Out of which 10,000 students did not even log in and remaining cases were genuine and work on the same is being done.”
Kakade informed that if genuine technical problems are found then there will be changes in the result. A committee of technical experts is now checking the glitch and students will be intimated if there will be any changes in the result
SPPU to think about college re-opening
After discussion over re-opening of schools and survey being taken about the parents, Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) will now take an opinion about starting colleges and its departments and starting with the academics apart from online classes.
While the online examination results have been announced for both bachelors and post-graduate courses, now SPPU is slowly hinting at opening the colleges and starting with offline teaching programme.
Talking about the same, Nitin Karmalkar, vice chancellor, SPPU said, “Next two days on Monday and Tuesday, the university will start speaking to all the stakeholders and would discuss about opening the colleges and departments.”