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Paper leaks anger students in Mumbai
Vijay Singh in Mumbai | March 31, 2004 15:44 IST
Last Updated: March 31, 2004 15:46 IST
The Mumbai University's failure to stop paper leakages has angered its students. On Wednesday, the university cancelled the financial accounts paper for B.Com, final year for the second time in less than a fortnight.
Wednesday's paper being the last for Anup, the Reges had planned a vacation. All plans have been put on hold now.
Some students felt that they were being made to pay for the university's callousness.
Raj Gagate spoke to rediff.com in Chetna college, Bandra, his examination centre: "Now the university will send [a] third set of paper. The third set of every paper is always very tough. The university is responsible for paper leakages, but they are making us to pay for their mistake. Why not let police investigate the matter and take action against whoever is responsible?" he asked.
Aditya Bhide along with his friends was left stranded at M L Dahanukar college when the news of the cancellation came. "Financial accounting syllabus being very lengthy, we prepared for this paper the whole year...a last minute cancellation can upset a lot of things," he said.
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