The students, who had been transferred to Madhya Pradesh Medical Science University, Jabalpur claimed that the university had declared result of BAMS second year, except that of transferred students.
“Jabalpur University conducted our exam, but, they haven’t declared our result. We want DAVV to help us with this issue,” said a student on condition of anonymity at the public hearing of DAVV on Tuesday.
The public hearing also saw students of BSc, who requested officials to exempt late fee charges to fill exam form.
The officials exempted it as promised during the sampling time.
“We had assured students that even if there is no change in the sampling, we will not charge them late fee to fill exam form,” exam controller Dr Ashesh Tiwari told
Officials assured MSc students, who had come from Barwani, to get sampling done in one week.
Third and fourth year Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) students of Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College, Choithram College of Paramedical Sciences and Sri Aurobindo Institute of Medical Sciences urged officials to conduct the examination of the subjects in which they had failed.
“Jabalpur University is saying that DAVV will conduct the examination of subjects in which we have got back. As they have declared the time table for our juniors who will appear in the exams from March, if the varsity doesn’t conduct our exam we will be at loss,” said fourth year BPT student.
The officials have asked for a week’s time to take the decision on the issue after consulting with the vice chancellor of Jabalpur university.