Philosophy Students Left Shocked As 3 Out Of 5 Questions In Exam Were Allegedly ‘Out of Syllabus’

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Second year students who had Philosophy exam today were in for a surprise as the 3 questions out of 5 in GEC exam are alleged to be out of syllabus.

While some students left the exam midway after attempting two questions, some colleges asked the students to attempt only 2 questions and write an application.

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One of the students from North Campus who doesn’t wish to be named told us that she left the examination hall without attempting the whole exam as college had no information about the error from University and she had no idea of what to do while sitting in the examination hall.

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According to our sources, students at Lady Sri Ram College For Women,Daulat Ram College and Deshbandhu College are going to complain to the University about this incident and will file an application tomorrow.

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We haven’t been able to get an official response from the concerned authorities at the time of publishing this article, this space will be updated as and when we get a response from the authorities.

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Shivam Malhotra
A social media enthusiast who is in love with this digital world! Wrote the first article for DU Express in May 2016.

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