The z score problem is not over yet
Posted on July 12th, 2012

A justice seeker.

After the Supreme Court decision still the responsible authorities have not solved this. Only another committee was appointed. We appreciate that. Now it has been two weeks and 3 days… Still students who sat for the exam, who are about to sit this year (2nd and 3rd attempt) have no idea about what is going to happen. Ministers are silent, department is silent, UGC is silent and still no justice to the students. As a popular web page it’s your utmost duty to seek justice. Please help students like us through your media. Let the public know the truth. Don’t let the authorities waste the time of the students and parents. Hope you will help us. Hope you will do something. Good luck

One Response to “The z score problem is not over yet”

  1. nilwala Says:

    The concerns and anxieties of students who have sat this highly competitive AL exam, the results of which in their minds are what will determine the success or otherwise of their lives are understandable.

    Perhaps the administration can release information updates through the internet and newspapers as to the progress being made in this very complex investigation. That should alleviate some of the anxiety being experienced by students to whom the silence seems intolerable. Communications could make it clear that students would not be penalized for time lost, which would be made good through extra lectures etc., during vacation time or other similar arrangements to catch up.

    That said, students should also understand that there are some very strange happenings that have to be looked into. I was informed by a professor who was participating in the Re-corrections that some students requesting these Re-corrections had in fact submitted incomplete answer papers which included also some Blank papers. So students are also up to various tricks and are misleading their parents through fear of divulging the truth.
    All of which means that a thorough investigation is necessary, and both students and parents need to be patient so that the truth could be dug out in order that Justice is done.

    Students also need to understand that there are many other opportunities in life other than the University route to success. Thus, here is a chance to test those opportunities that are available which may lead to even greater success than the University route! Keep in mind that Bill Gates voluntarily DROPPED OUT of Harvard, and innovated a computer business from his garage that led to one of the largest of today’s Multinational companies – Microsoft.

    Students should be glad to use this time of ‘freedom from schooling’ to put their hands itoo work with other crafts etc., and even get part-time jobs so they experience what the Real World is like.

    Perhaps the writer of this appeal above could start up a Help-Line to students?!

    A Former Professor
    University of Colombo

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