State Government Playing With Students Future – Krishna Palemar

State Government Playing With Students Future – Krishna Palemar

Mangaluru: Former District Minister in charge Krishna J Palemar held a press meet at the BJP district office, Kodialbail here, on March 31.

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Addressing the media persons, Palemar said, “The II-PUC chemistry exams were scheduled to be held on March 21, were postponed due to the leak of the question papers. The PU-Board decided to schedule the exam to March 29 but due to disagreement and lack of coordination with the state government, it was scheduled on March 31.”

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“The government is not concerned about the students and is playing with their future, as the question papers have leaked again, further delaying the exams. This is a cause for concern as it is the first time in the history of the state that an exam had to be postponed twice,” he added.

“BJP condemns this and demands the resignation of the Education Minister,” he added.

1 Comment

  1. Sure – we all saw how much these guys cared for people when they were in power. From non-stop fighting to watching ‘classic’ movies in Vidhaana Saoudha!! What a joke!!

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