Marks complaints: Calcutta University may extend PG entry deadline – Times of India

Kolkata News

KOLKATA: Calcutta University is likely to extend the PG admission deadline by two more days after it received several complaints over the final year results in which students have complained that marks reflecting in the marksheets have not been tabulated properly. While the UG results were published on August 31, the PG admission deadline was on September 15, Wednesday.
The number of such complaints is over 2,000.
Pro Vice Chancellor, Asis Kumar Chattopadhyay, said, “Colleges have made mistakes in sending marks. A rectification process is on. In the interest of the students, date of form submission will be extended.” Late at night, it was learnt that the CU is extending the deadline by two more days. It would require a permission from the Bengal higher education department. The formal notification is expected soon.
After the final semester results were published, it was reported that almost 100% students had been awarded pass percentage. But after receiving mark sheets many students found problems, which include non-inclusion of the previous semester’s review marks. Others complained that last semester’s results related issues remained unresolved and therefore the marksheets are showing incomplete final UG results.