Massive protests erupted in Bengaluru and other places in Karnataka after e Karnataka Department of Pre-University Education (DPUE) cancelled the II pre-university chemistry examination on Thursday for the second time.
A total of 1.74 lakh students are affected due to this mishap. The pre-university chemistry exam was scheduled for March 21, and had been cancelled because the question paper had been leaked. Following that, the re-exam had been scheduled for March 30.
Aatreya SS of Vijaya College, a student who appeared for the exam told The News Minute, "I feel they (board) are responsible for letting this happen. I am also preparing for Medical entrance and this will disrupt my preparation.â€ť
Shreyas Bhat another student from VIjaya College told TNM, "We really don't want to write the exam again. There is a lot of study material and we will have to study again. The JEE exams are in April and the CET is in May. We already wrote the exam once; we really don't want to do this again.â€ť
Abhilash M, a student of ST Jospehâ€™s PU college said, â€śWe are not going to write the exam again, they have to accept the first examination we wrote. It was not our fault but of the government. All of us have to prepare for different entrance test for colleges.â€ť
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