Bihar MBBS Result AKU will pass failed student with maximum 5 number grace remaining student will apear exam

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Patna, Jagran Correspondent. MBBS Exam and Result in Bihar: Students doing MBBS in Bihar have failed in large numbers this time. Aryabhatta Knowledge University (AKU) had released MBBS 1st year result on 30th August. Around 25-30 students out of 180 in PMCH have failed. The students allege that they have been deliberately failed. Zero marks are given in the objective type questions even after they are correct. Correct marks are not given even after answering the long and short answer questions correctly. There are many students who have failed by one or two marks. The university has given positive assurance to such students. The university has decided that the students who fail up to five marks will be passed.

Examination will be held from December 27, ban on promotion

AKU Vice Chancellor Prof. SP Singh said that the students will be passed by giving grace up to five marks. This proposal has been given the green signal in the meeting of the examination committee of the university. He said that the National Medical Council has put a ban on promotion. In such a situation, they do not have to be back for one year, for this their exam date has also been announced from September 27. The result of the examination will also be declared soon.

Demonstration was done in PMCH on Saturday

Earlier on Saturday, students also demonstrated in front of the principal’s office gate. The principal talked to the registrar and demanded that the students who pass with one or two marks should be passed immediately. The failed students of MBBS first year closed the OPD of PMCH from 9:30 am on Saturday. Due to this, patients who came from every corner of the state had to return without treatment. In between, Principal Dr. Vidyapati Choudhary tried to get OPD started, but, reaching OPD three times, the students threw out all the doctors.

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