MA Punjabi exam to be held on Dec 31 at PU

  • HT Correspondents, Hindustan Times, Chandigarh/Ludhiana
  • Updated: Dec 24, 2014 12:37 IST

One of the examinations taken by students of MA Punjabi (third semester) at Panjab University contained questions that were not a part of the syllabus, due to which a re-examination will be held on December 31.

Students said the question paper was titled ‘Panjabi Natak Ate Rang Manch Da Adhiyan-I’ (1637) but had questions related to the subject ‘Vishav Da Anuvadat Natak’ (1638).

PU controller of examination Professir Parvinder Singh said the examination would be held on December 31. He said the timings and the venue of the examination would remain the same.

As soon as the students got the question papers, they started complaining that they had no idea about the questions.

They claimed that they were upset on getting the question paper comprising wrong questions.

“Our exams were already delayed as a previous exam was postponed. Now, this exam will be held again,” said a student, adding that many of the students come from the rural areas and were left disappointed due to the mistake of university officials.

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