Sullia, May 10, 2019: The published result sheets show 40 marks had been scored in Kannada language, by a girl student. On verifying the answer paper and checking the total, 90 marks were scored by the candidate.
Yukta, a PU student of the science division of Rotary school at Mittadka in Sullia received less marks due to the mistake committed by the examiner. Inspection of the answer paper shed light on the truth.
Kerpala resident Somanath’s daughter Yukta had secured good marks in all the subjects excluding Kannada. Since she should have scored more marks in Kannada, a cyclostat copy of the answer paper was procured after paying the due fee. It was proved that the actual scored marks totaled 90 marks, an error of 50 marks, in a most negligent manner.
But it is not possible to add 50 marks additionally to the already given marks. At the most, only 6 additional marks can be added, informed her parents who received this information from the Department. Because of this, her total percentage also takes a hit. It is shocking to note that the department can ignore and deny 44 marks actually given on the answer paper of the student who and has also attempted CET and NEET exams and plans to go for higher studies. This sort of negligence and callousness needs to be corrected for good.