VELLORE: The Tamil Nadu Government College Teachers Association (TNGCTA) has demanded an impartial inquiry by the Higher Education Department on the alleged irregularities committed by the Thiruvalluvar University in the recent publication of the results.
According to Dr L Prathaban, general secretary of the association, students could not access the full results of the exams conducted in May/June this year, though the results were published in the official website of the university on July 26.
The marks obtained by the science students in the practical exams were not available while for the Arts students the marks were not published for viva-voce in projects. The final year students of the UG/PG courses, who wrote their regular and arrear exams in the final semester could access the results of only a few papers.
The errors had denied the opportunities for students to take up further studies such as B Ed, MBA and others, he noted. Prathaban said the faulty results from the website should be removed and error-free results should be published immediately.
The association has also appealed to the Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa to order an inquiry into the lapses on the part of the administration. The association also demanded the university to issue markssheets of the 5th and 6th semester examinations of outgoing students.