AICTE Email to Anna University about conducting arrear exams is real or fake???? Engineering students in Tamil Nadu, who have arrears and had applied for re-exam in April/May 2020, have not passed and will have to write the exams to graduate, said Anil Sahasrabuddhe, the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) Chairman.
This issue highlights after a strongly-worded email, written by AICTE Chairman to Anna University Vice-Chancellor (VC) MK Surappa, threatening to strip Anna University’s approval, was leaked on social media.
This is what Email Says
FROM: Prof. Anil D Sahasrabudhe SENT: 30 August 2020 00:01 TO: Surappa MK SUBJECT:
Re: Fw: Document from Mirle Surappa
It’s surprising that final year degree students, who had failed in various courses in the earlier semesters are being passed without conducting examinations. This is not acceptable to award marks without conducting any examination and graduating the students. Such students will not be recognized by industry or by other universities for higher education. AICTE will be constrained to withdraw the approval of Anna University.
Vice chancellor clarification to social Medias
AICTE has not issued any official letter, it was an email, MK Surappa clarified to TNIE. When asked if Anna University issued any notification that waived off any arrear exam, Surappa said, “We have not issued any circular like that to students.” He did not want to comment further on the issue.
Education Minister of Tamil Nadu has denied it and says that no such letter has been received. They have also said that Anna University is following the rules and guidelines of AICTE but doesn’t have to take directions from them. ‘
A lot of citizens are tweeting questioning the authenticity of this email.
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