According to students, they appeared from Dr Ambedkar College, Deekshabhoomi, centre for their 'Advertising Arts and Idea' paper. When paper began at 9.30am they were handed over English medium question paper. About 40 students from Marathi medium were at the centre. When they protested, the invigilators told them to contact centre in-charge as NU had not supplied Marathi medium papers.
They were told, however, that they would not get additional time too. The aggrieved students, mostly from rural areas, were also told by the lecturers that all questions in both papers were almost the same and they would help the students in case of difficulty. However, many students couldn't understand the questions at all and wrote wrong answers. When they finally contacted the centre in-charge, he directed them to NU officials. They are now demanding a re-exam or at least grace marks, as they have only one theory paper while there are four practicals.
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