The Examinations Department of Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (BAMU) is finding it difficult to manage the new examination schedule of 'Management' courses due to the alleged frequent interference of the faculty dean.
According to sources, examinations department had planned to conduct examinations of various Management Courses including 'MCA, MCM, MPM, BCA, DCA, DBM' in the first week of May. However, the Management Council members decided to pre-pone the examinations of all the courses by 15 days. Therefore, the examinations department decided to initiate the examinations of management courses' from April 25 and reschedule examinations of other courses. This schedule was approved even by the Board of Examinations (BoE) which is considered to be the highest authority of examinations system. However, the dean of Management Sciences, sent a letter to the university asking it to pre-pone the examinations and begin them from April 2.The dean of the same faculty submitted another letter to postpone the examination. Therefore, the examinations department decided to conduct these examinations from April 17.
The examination officials are not sure whether the examinations for management courses will begin on the announced date. When contacted, controller of examinations Dr Ashok Chavan did not comment on the issue.