KU previous staff blamed for not holding supply exams

August 3, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Controller of Examinations Karachi University Dr Muhammad Arshad Azmi on Monday said supplementary examination of graduation classes (regular and private, annual system, affiliated colleges) were being held after seven years in the University of Karachi.

He blamed that negligent and irresponsible behaviour of the previous staff was the reason for not holding graduation supply examinations, which could save one year by giving students another chance and help university to earn revenue.

Azmi told PPI that it had been seven years since no supply exam of graduation classes was held because of late announcement of annual results.

“I can see no other reason than negligence and lack of responsibility of the previous staff for not holding supply exams,” he said.

The controller said the examination department had managed to bring forth annual results within four months this time and would continue to do so in future also. Supply exams of B.Com (regular) had been held recently and supply exams of other remaining subjects would be held by next month (September). The result of the supply exams would be announced no later than one and a half month after the exams, he maintained.

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