Indian Law Society’s Law College will approach the university next week to make a representation about the discrepancies in marks that the students found in the exam result, said Vaijayanti Joshi, Principal, ILS.
“We will be approaching the university for the matter related to discrepancy in marks given to the third year BSL course. Almost 66 per cent students have got the same marks i.e. 50 in the family Law subject,” said Joshi.
“Although there is no pattern in these marks, we have still decided to discuss this with the university because this is a substantial number and cannot be ignored,” Joshi added.
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“Secondly there is a general disappointment among students that they have not got the marks that they were expecting. They are saying that the marks that they got and the amount of answers they wrote is different. Hence I will also be discussing this with the university,” added Joshi further.
“All the three years had prepared their report on the result. The second year students and third year students did say that in one subject each, a number of students had got the same marks. But the number is very small and they are not even consecutive. Hence I have asked them to rethink on this point,” said Joshi.
“Once the students are done making a representation, they will forward it to me. After making necessary correction, I will forward it to the university,” added Joshi.
Last week, after the suicide of a first year student, Saumitra Dhoble, students had protested in front of the college alleging discrepancies in marks.