Protest of students continues in Visva-Bharati University for the demand for online examination

Birbhum, 21 June (H.S.). On Tuesday, the students of Visva-Bharati University continued to protest against the demand for online examination. On Tuesday also the students of the university gathered in front of the Shiksha Bhawan of Vishwa Bharati and protested by locking the main gate of the education building. The only demand of the protesters […]
 


Protest of students continues in Visva-Bharati University for the demand for online examination

Birbhum, 21 June (H.S.). On Tuesday, the students of Visva-Bharati University continued to protest against the demand for online examination. On Tuesday also the students of the university gathered in front of the Shiksha Bhawan of Vishwa Bharati and protested by locking the main gate of the education building.

The only demand of the protesters was that the university will have to conduct undergraduate and postgraduate examinations online. On Monday, boycotting the examination, the students of the university had protested vigorously by locking many buildings of the university. There was an atmosphere of tension in the Visva-Bharati University campus since Tuesday morning due to the protests. However, it was made clear by the university only after Monday’s protest that the examinations would be offline only. But the protesters said that when many universities of the country are taking online exams, then what is the problem with Visva Bharati University in taking online exams.

It is noteworthy that recently, the students of Kolkata University had come out on a protest demanding online examination. But the Kolkata University management had made it clear that the examinations would be offline. Will get the syllabus completed but students will have to give the exam offline only. Students of Visva-Bharati University have also walked on the path of students of Kolkata University. On Monday, students protested in front of the main building of the university while doing the examination board, this protest continued on Tuesday as well.