State Government Playing with Students Future – S P Chengappa

Mangaluru: Youth JD(S) staged a protest regarding the II-PUC Chemistry re-exams in front of the DC office here, on April 1.

Addressing the protesters, JD(S) District President, Mohammed Kunhi voiced his displeasure towards the careless attitude of the State Government and the PU Board in this regard.

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Secretary of JD(S), S P Chengappa said, “The state government is playing with the future of the students. Many KAS aspirants are still awaiting results of KPSC exams which were held in September last year. The condition of the State Government is such that our NHRC has no chairman and there is no Lokayukta as well.”

He further said, “The Mann Ki Baat of the central government is nothing but Dhann Ki Baat. The suicide of farmers was not enough, now Chief Minister Siddaramaiah wants the students of Karnataka to commit suicide as well. But the students need not worry as JD(S) is always with them.”

A memorandum was submitted to the DC through ADC Kumar. Youth JD(S) leader, Akshith Suvarna also spoke on this occasion.

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  1. Is it so simple so simple as a question paper leak?perhaps if we look deeper, there appears to be some tacit understanding between the private college managements and some government authorities to make it happen. Look at this way, the date of the exam gets delayed. The students are forced to book their seats in private professional colleges in the management quota by paying high amounts because they are unable to write the entrance exams because of clash in dates and uncertainty of the PU exams. What happens is that the government quota seats will not get filled up, and hence it will be taken back by the managements who will then charge their own rates. So, a win-win situation for the private managements if the exam dates keep getting postponed and someone is making lots of money at the cost of the innocent students careers and finances. Of course, all this sounds hypothetical but it could well be the truth!

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