Abdul Kalam Technical College college students are turning towards SC’s offline exams

Recently, Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), UP, issued an exam notification on January 25, 2021 requesting offline exams to be held for the 2020-2021 session at their affiliated universities.

A group of students have turned to the Supreme Court and appealed against the decision of the AKTU, Uttar Pradesh, to take the semester exams in offline mode. This notice should be repealed as arbitrary and in violation of Articles 14 and 21A of the Constitution.

It is claimed by the students that thousands of students at the exam center shouldn’t be proposed amid a pandemic that has not yet ended.

Students also suggested that if the exams were taken offline, many students would have to travel from different corners of the country, making students much more susceptible to the spread of the virus.

In addition, the students would have to spend a lot of money on travel and accommodation, which would increase the unnecessary pressure on the students.

In addition, the students advocated that students do not have their books or other resources to prepare for offline exam mode, as they have not attended their respective colleges since March 2020 and have never been given books from the library so they can prepare their notes properly.

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