Tradition of Session Late in Bihar Universities (Photo Credit: File Photo)
- Ram Bharose education in Bihar
- 3 years study in 5 years
- bad condition of university
- students are roaming around the university
The tradition of late session has started in the universities of Bihar. Here students have to spend 5 years for 3 years of graduation. After the delay, the students are forced to go round the university. Despite considerable improvement in the Late Late Session in Chhapra University, the session is still delayed by 3 years and 4 months, due to which the students are worried. Inter exams are held regularly here every year, but as soon as the students enter graduation, their one year is spent in enrollment only. This is not the condition of just one university, but this is the condition of many universities in the state.
There was no examination in the session 2018-2019
The session in the university was already running late, after that when the students took enrollment in the session 2017-2020, no examination was conducted in the year 18-19 due to the dispute over the enrollment of more seats. After this, no examination was conducted regarding Kovid in the year 2020-2021.
In the session 2018-21, the examination of the third section was completed, the result of which was to be declared in December 2022, is still pending.
In the session 2019-22, Part II examination was held, but till date the result has not come whereas Part III examination should have been done.
In the 2020-23 session, the Part One exam is still being held, while it should have been the final exam now.
In the 2021-24 session, the registration has not even started yet, nor has the Part One registration been done, while the Part Two exam should be held in it by now.
Admission should end in July in the session 2022-25, in which enrollment is still going on, due to which one year is late.
There are students from all the three faculties, how many seats in which faculty
Faculty of Humanities-7440
– Faculty of Social Sciences-10096
– Faculty of Science-15793
A total of 31 colleges come under the university. There are 21 constituent (government) colleges while 10 affiliated (private) colleges.
Reporter- Bipin Kumar Mishra
First Published : 25 Jan 2023, 08:50:47 PM
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