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Jamia Denies 58 Students of Diploma Engg. from Taking their Annual Exam

According to a Jamia press release: a total of 58 students in diploma engineering evening courses have not been permitted to take their annual examination due to a shortage in their class attendance.

Jamia requires a minimum of 75% class attendance to be eligible to appear for final exams.

Below is a breakup of the number, according to branch and year:

(Branch and Year–Number of Students)

Diploma Mechanical Engineering 1st Year–11 student(s)

Diploma in Electronics Engineering 1st Year–12 student(s)

Diploma in Electronics Engineering 3rd Year–01 student(s)

Diploma in Computer Engineering 1st Year–10 student(s)

Diploma in Electrical Engineering 1st Year–12 student(s)

Diploma in Electrical Engineering 2nd Year–01 student(s)

Diploma in Electrical Engineering 4th Year–01 student(s)

Diploma in Civil Engineering 1st Year–06 student(s)

Diploma in Civil Engineering 2nd Year–01 student(s)

Diploma in Civil Engineering 3rd Year–02 student(s)

Diploma in Civil Engineering 4th Year–01 student(s)

The academic session of Diploma Engineering (Evening Courses) run from January to December.

About Khalid Jaleel

Khalid Jaleel is a PhD student in the Department of Political Science. He can be reached via email at: khalidj [at] jamiajournal.com

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