Controversy after PGI Chandigarh denies admission to DU student over failure to provide Marksheet
New Delhi: Controversy brewed up after the premier Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) Chandigarh allegedly denied admission to a final year student from Delhi University for failing to provide the mark sheet of 6th semester to secure admissions in Biotech under OBC quota.
"We completely understand the genuineness of Monika's case that she secured 1st rank in the entrance exam and delay in the final semester of UG degree course by the Delhi University is beyond her control. But we are in an unprecedented situation and there are some other cases in different courses who face the same problem,' the PGIMER authorities told The Logical Indian.
Though the University Grant Commission (UGC) has instructed all the universities to hold the final year examinations and Delhi University following the guidelines of UGC confirmed that they will be conducting exams from the 15th of August, Delhi University has postponed its open-book examination from July to August due to the COVID-19 condition.
The grieved student is now expressing her dismay on social media platforms whereby she is being supported by