Hubballi: The students of Karnataka State Law University who are protesting at the university campus against holding an offline exam have intensified their protest. On Friday, their protest entered its fifth day, and the students were firm in their decision that they would not leave the campus until the Vice-Chancellor withdraws his decision to hold offline exams for the students who were promoted to the next semester.
The students said that the exams may be conducted in four forms, including open book test mode and online mode, and they are against the decision to hold the exams in offline mode.
Students Santosh Nandur, Mahantesh Chikkannavar, and Abhishek A, who are on hunger strike, continued their hunger strike protest seeking immediate commencement of classes.
The students say the Vice-Chancellor gave an unclear statement on examinations on Thursday and didn’t commit to anything on starting the classes.
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