DU’s Law Students on hunger strike again over failures of 50% students


Delhi University's law students have again propelled an uncertain appetite strike over the disappointment of more than 50% students in the semester exams.

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The understudies claimed there was some issue with the outcomes that were proclaimed a month ago as some of them have been checked truant despite the fact that they showed up in the exam, while the scores of a couple others were amended later.

Taking after revelation of results, the understudies had a month ago gone on a strike which was canceled after the powers had guaranteed them of investigating their grievances.

"We have been conversing with the powers since a month ago and investigating the re-assessment choices also however nothing has appeared constraining us to do a reversal on strike once more," a dissenting understudy said.

The Faculty of Law has three focuses – Law Center I (LC I), Campus Law Center (CLC) and Law Center II (LC II). CLC more often than not concedes the most astounding scorers of the passageway test.

An aggregate of 882 understudies out of 1944 understudies have fizzled in no less than one subject in the semester examination.

Nonetheless, this is not the first occasion when that the varsity's Law Faculty has reported mass disappointments. Yet, a comparable circumstance was pervasive in the division a year ago too.

In the interim, Law Faculty Dean SC Rana was not accessible for his remarks on the issue.

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