MUMBAI: After conducting the doorway check for postgraduate diploma programmes twice in on-line proctored mode, the Pune-based Centre for Improvement of Superior Computing (C-DAC) has determined to nullify all scores and conduct a re-exam from bodily centres.

The choice was taken as “C-DAC had acquired a number of complaints from candidates associated to technical issues, community points at distant locations, instances of unfair means and plenty of others”. “To offer all candidates equal alternative and preserve the examination’s sanctity, the centre has introduced a re-exam,” stated the C-DAC spokesperson. Over 10,000 aspirants from the nation had appeared for the examination.

The contemporary examination might be computerised, however might be performed from examination centres. The choice course of will, due to this fact, be delayed by over a month. The brand new dates might be introduced in two-three days.

Some college students, nevertheless, are against the re-exam. “The centre performed the examination twice and even allowed re-exam for college kids who confronted glitches. The ranks have been declared within the first week of February and we have been requested to fill our school decisions. Every week later, on February 13, they despatched us a mail saying all of the scores are nullified and that they’re conducting a re-exam. It’s unfair to college students who’ve already scored good ranks. A number of of us have even left their jobs after securing good ranks,” stated a scholar. The Maharashtra College students’ Welfare Affiliation wrote to the C-DAC requesting them to begin the counselling rounds based mostly on their present scores.

An official, nevertheless, stated the delay won’t be a lot and the choice has been taken for the bigger profit of scholars.

C-DAC conducts PG diploma programmes from a number of domains and is recognised by the IT business. —Yogita Rao


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