Explaining the reasons for the delay in announcing the results, Vice-Chancellor of the VTU Karisiddappa said the development of the university’s software took longer than expected. “Once the software was ready, teachers were unable to come for evaluation duty as classes for the next semester had started,” he said on Thursday.
Normally, the evaluation begins a week after the exams and the results are announced two weeks after the evaluation is completed.
Though the new examination system had led to confusion among students, the Vice-Chancellor said the system had helped the university to cut costs. “Each year, we would spend Rs. 14 crore on examination. This year, as we had our own infrastructure, we spent only Rs. 4.75 crore.”
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