Raipur. Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University (PRSU) has declared the supplementary examination results of B.Sc. & BCA Part I, II & III. To ensure students' convenience, results have been published on University's website. In addition to it, marksheets are being sent to the related examination centres.
In-Charge Vice Chancellor Vinod Kumar Ekka informed that out of 1368 students who appeared in B.Sc. Part I, 871 have cleared it. Similarly 686 out of 1015 in Part II and 439 out of 527 were able to pass the exam.
In the same way, out of 399 students who appeared in BCA Part I, 306 have cleared it, 147 of 178 in Part II and 231 out of 256 in Part III.
Students who are interested in appearing in the final exams will be given a time of one week to apply. However, students may also apply before the last date.
Raipur. Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University declared the revaluation results of B.Com Ist year, B.Sc. IInd and final year. Several students who failed the main exams have passed through the revaluation. 21 students in B.Com Part I, 16 in B.Sc. Part II and 5 in B.Sc. Part III passed through revaluation. This again arises questions on the evaluation system at University. However, the results after revaluation have proven that there were some drawbacks in the main exam results.
Dissatisfied from the results of B.Com Part I, 3967 students had applied for the revaluation. Of these, 73 students qualified for supplementary from being failed before, 165 students passed from Supplementary and 21 students who failed the mains have passed. Moreover, 24 scored less than what they scored previously.
Similarly, In B.Sc. Part II, 1340 students applied for the revaluation. Of these, 23 failed students qualified for supplementary, 37 students who qualified for supplementary have passed 16 students passed after failing them mains.
Like the above two subjects, 1010 students in B.Sc. Part III applied for revaluation wherein 18 failed students qualified for supplementary, 33 passed from supplementary and 5 failed students were declared passed. 2 students scored lower than the main results.
The University administration assigned the job of sale and submission of the revaluation forms to colleges. Unaware of rules, colleges also received the application forms from ineligible students. Due to which, the forms have been cancelled from 462 students of B.Com Part I, 124 of B.Sc. Part II and 50 students from B.Sc Part III.
Some experts say that the problem mainly occurs while adding the numbers that is detected after revaluation. Due to administration's carelessness, the students who appear in the exam are declared absent sometimes. Also, some evaluators in rush, fail to see the main answers that affects the results.
List of revaluation results
B.Com Part - I
Fail to Supplementary - 73
Supplementary to Pass - 165
Fail to Pass - 21
Fail to Supplementary - 23
Supplementary to Pass - 37
Fail to Pass - 16
BSC Part - III
Fail to Supplementary - 18
Supplementary to Pass - 33
Fail to Pass - 05
Raipur. The application forms for Supplementary exam of PRSU will be available from August 3. The students will be able to collect the forms without any late fee until August 22. After that, a student will be able to apply a week before the exam by paying Rs. 500 as a late fee. The Directors of College are required to give the relevant information to the Education Department of PRSU until August 27.
The supplementary exams are likely to be expected from September. Special Duty Officer (Examination) Antaram Chourey told that the supplementary exams are going to be held for courses include BA, B.Com, B.Sc., B. Pharmacy, BPE & B.A. LLB. The application forms are available at Rs. 100.
The fees for BA & B.Com supplementary will be Rs. 560. Rs. 730 for B.Sc. & BHSC, Rs. 600 for LLB, Rs.710 for B.A. LLB, Rs. 760 for BPE, Rs. 845 for B.Pharmacy. Besides the students will have to pay Rs. 30 as forwarding charges at the examination centers.
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