KU assures ‘action’ after law students complain ‘out of syllabus questions’
Srinagar:Amid claims by students of B A LLB 10th semester that examination paper of ‘Child Law and Juvenile Justice” was out of syllabus, Kashmir University on Saturday said genuineness of the claims would be ascertained by an expert committee in a time-bound manner.
“Some examinees of B A LLB 10th semester have claimed that their examination paper of “Child Law and Juvenile Justice” which was held on September 24, 2022 was allegedly out of syllabus. As per the Standard Operating Procedure to be followed in such cases, the said question paper will be sent for evaluation by an expert committee to ascertain the genuineness of the claims of the examinees, in a time-bound manner,” KU said in a statement issued here.
“Further course of action will be taken only after the expert opinion is received,” it said. .
“Students are advised to stay assured that appropriate justice will be done with them to safeguard their examination prospects,” the KU statement added.