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Srinagar, Jun 13: The law students of second semester of the Kashmir University today lodged a strong protest demanding delay of at least ten days in conducting of the exams.
Protests continued for several hours.
The students state that they got less time to prepare for the exams and with other constraints are demanding the exam date to be postponed for few weeks.
The students while pleading anonymity stated: “We got less than 45 days of class work schedule as most of it got hampered due to strikes, upheavals and now university of Kashmir has slated our exams on 20th June. We are demanding just delay of ten days and it is not big thing. In this scorching sun nobody from faculty has listened to our pleas and we are being left high and dry.” (KNB)