Deputy chief minister Dushyant Chautala was among the 11 students who had taken admissions in the PhD course in the mass communication department in Chaudhary Devi Lal University (CDLU), Sirsa, today even as a student raised the issue of not releasing the complete details of the entrance examination in the merit list. There were 95 students who have appeared in the examination for 11 seats.
A student, Subhash Saini, said that the university authorities had not revealed the marks obtained by the students in the merit list. He alleged that the university held the entrance examination for the second time on the basis of the application by an aspirant who had demanded to hold the examination bilingually.
Subhash said that the University held the examination on February 17 after which one of the students wrote to the University authorities to hold the examination in both English and Hindi languages. The University has accepted his request and decided to accept the entrance examination, casting doubts over the process of the entrance examination in which the deputy CM was declared selected for admission.
A senior official of the University, however, rejected the allegations of the Congress leader and the student, stating that the entire process was carried out to offer a level playing field to all the applicants in a clear way.
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