DU Does It Again : Life Sciences Student Made To Attempt Botany Hons Question Paper

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Today BSC Life Sciences students of Delhi University of 4th semester had their SEC Exam of Biofertilizers.The exam was supposed to be 2 hours long and of 37.5 marks but they were given a 3 hour long question paper of 75 marks.

The goofup happened at Delhi University as they had delivered the wrong question paper to Life Sciences students.BSC Botany Hons students have the same subject and their question was delivered to Life Sciences students.

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DU Does It Again : Life Sciences Student Made To Attempt Botany Hons Question Paper

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After a while students complained to the invigilator that this is  wrong question paper and in the next 5 minutes all the question papers were collected and the issue was reported to the examination incharge.The incharge came back saying that this very question paper has to be attempted and the unique paper code belonging to students of Botany Hons was mentioned on answer sheets.

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Its sad that instead of taking any action,the authorities asked students to attempt a paper which was never meant for them.

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