Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar College has modified the color of mark sheet to saffron for college students of the 2017-18 periods.
It took workers and college students of Dr Bhimrao Ambedkar College without warning after they noticed the color of the mark sheets issued for college students of the 2017-18 periods. They have been shocked to see that the color of the mark sheets has been modified from sky blue to saffron. After the delayed outcomes, college students have been eagerly ready for the mark sheet. Though, the college registrar has clarified that the change in color had no political bearing.
One of many senior leaders of the college’s worker affiliation acknowledged, “The change within the mark sheet has been made to appease the BJP on the state and the middle. There was no plan to alter the mark sheet that we knew of. It was a unanimous resolution by prime varsity officers.” As per the photographs shared by the scholars, the brand new mark sheet has a saffron border. The brand and the identify of the college on the prime of the certificates have additionally been highlighted in saffron. There’s a massive saffron impression of the emblem within the center whereas the background is gentle saffron.
The college registrar, KN Singh, mentioned, “Earlier, a choice was taken to difficulty a single mark sheet to college students after completion of their course. For this, modifications had been made to the mark sheet to make it look higher. There isn’t a motive aside from this behind the saffron within the mark sheets.” All the scholars at Agra College, who handed out in session 2017-18, now have two blue mark sheet for his or her first and second yr and a saffron one for his or her third yr.
President of Agra College pupil union for the session 2017-18 informed the Instances of India, “The college administration should deal with engaged on actual points affecting college students slightly than change the color of mark sheets. 1000’s of scholars are ready for his or her misguided mark sheets to be corrected. Altering color of the mark sheet serves no curiosity of the scholars and is a purely political transfer. It ought to have been prevented. The federal government should not encourage such issues in academic institutes.”