Students Are Now Asking Where The Exam Papers Are Being Printed: Guv
Hyderabad, March 18 (Maxim News): In view of the situation prevailing of question paper leakages which have made a mess in the Education system in the State of Telangana, Governor Dr. Tamilisai Soundara Rajan has made the sarcastic comments, that exams are being conducted, students used to ask how to study in those days, but now they are asking where the exam papers are being printed.
The Governor attended the 11th Graduation Ceremony held at JNTU University, Kukatpally today as the Chief guest. On this occasion, Padma Bhushan recipient, Chancellor of Rajasthan Central University Krishna swami Kasturi Ranga was awarded a doctorate, and gold medals were awarded to 46 students who showed the best in various fields. Degrees were awarded to 92,005 people in UG, PG, and Ph.D. sections.
Governor suggested that everyone should focus on health and be mentally healthy as well. If you are not mentally healthy, how many degrees you have earned will be of no use. The Governor asked everyone to take advantage of the fact that there are better opportunities in the villages. Women students should also focus on the research and development department. The students were informed that in the current technology era. Time passes quickly and there are many changes in the field of technology, it should be used for good work. (Maxim News)
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