NTA, not KU, exam conducting authority for NET; ‘Varsity has nothing to do with setting of papers’: Varsity Spokesperson


Srinagar, Apr 16 (GNS): The University of Kashmir said on Sunday that it completely dissociates itself from allegations leveled by some students regarding alleged paper leak of Kashmiri subjects in the National Eligibility Test (NET).

A KU spokesperson said in a statement to GNS that the NET is conducted by the National Testing Agency, and not the University of Kashmir, and hence all the examination-related domains including confidential setting of question papers, conduct of examination and evaluation etc. fall solely within the jurisdiction of the conducting authority.

The University, the spokesperson said, strongly condemns that its name is being dragged into the alleged paper leak claim when the University, as an institution, is not even remotely connected with the process.

“We inform one and all to refrain from trying to harm the reputation of the University with baseless claims and allegations. The University reserves the right to take appropriate legal recourse in such situations since it concerns the institution’s reputation and prestige,” the spokesperson said. (GNS)

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