The VNSGU administration has taken a disappointing approach to completing the admission process for the current academic year. Late to ensure their admission will definitely be a favorite of students.
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The global epidemic has already affected academic activities in the last 18 months. As Covid’s case began to decline, students were hoping to resume offline classes. But the largest university in South Gujarat has yet to close admissions which is delaying the academic session. VNSGU started its admission process about a month and a half ago. But even after six weeks, the process is far from over. Although the academic session has not yet begun, the university has already announced that the first semester exams of all courses must be completed by the end of December. Now, students are asking how they will get time to prepare for exams if classes don’t start on time?
“I am getting a lot of complaints from students who have not been admitted yet. Although two months have passed, the process is not over yet. This will further affect the careers of students who are already facing various problems due to the epidemic, ”said Bhavesh Rabari, a former member of the VNSGU syndicate.
The student wing of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has decided to protest against the lazy attitude of the VNSGU administration. “We are going to give a dharna to the university about the delayed admission process. The university has already announced the end date of the first semester and the academic session has not started yet, ”said Kisan Ghori, secretary of the Student Youth Struggle Association, the student wing of AAP.
“I was admitted to a different college and not to the college where I applied. Despite multiple representations, no one is ready to solve the problem, ”said a student seeking admission to a postgraduate course in science.
VNSGU’s decision to opt for a decentralized admission process this year has taken many by surprise. In the past, the centralized admission process has proven effective for varsity. Students were admitted on time and without going to more than one college.
The Vice-Chancellor of VNSGU, KN Chavda, was efficiently admitted centrally when he was the Principal of an approved college. “We are trying to complete the admission as soon as possible. Academic activities will start soon, ”Chavda said.
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