JABALPUR. What kind of carelessness and arbitrary work is being done in the Madhya Pradesh Medical University of Jabalpur is being disclosed after the complaint made by the student of Bhopal Medical College. In fact, the university passed a BAMS first year girl student by giving her 78 marks despite being absent in Sanskrit subject, while a student from Ratlam was failed by giving her zero marks despite passing in every subject. After the complaint of the student went viral in the social media, once again questions are being raised on the functioning and arrangements of the university. Here, after the release of the application on social media, there has been a stir in the university. It is being ascertained as to how such a big mistake was made by the university.
Despite being absent in Sanskrit subject, the student passed with 78 marks
It is to be known that for a long time there is negligence in MP Science University regarding the release of examinations and results. Sometimes drying the wet copy of nursing, later erasing the evidence by checking in the back date, sometimes passing zero marks in important courses like MBBS and sometimes passing an absent student in BPT course have come to the fore.
This is how it was revealed
An application in the name of Rajiv Gandhi Medical College Principal is going viral on social media, in which it has been written that BAMS first year student AP 0042003 roll number was absent due to illness in Sanskrit paper, yet she passed by giving 78 marks. Done. It is alleged in the complaint application that there are many students whose examination results have not been declared and many have been failed.
Some got zero marks, accused of preparing for big scam
MP Student President Abhishek Pandey said that the state has not yet recovered from scams like PMT and Vyapam that now a bigger scam than Vyapam is being hatched in the Medical University. The officials of MP Medical University are leaving no stone unturned to tarnish the image of medical education department of the state due to their amazing exploits. It has become a habit of an officer on leave to do two confidential work at the same time.