Allow anna university students to write arrears by semester wise
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Anna University is tamil nadu State university which is located in Chennai (India) and they change their regulations every 4 years (approx) and this year they created a new rules which is called as "no arrear system" which means students can't write their arrears , as you know in India engineering course has 8 semester's and if the student fails in first semester they can write their arrears in next semester which made students more comfortable but this year they created a new rules which the students can't write arrears and if the student fails in first semester the student should write the arrears in next year (3rd semester) for example there are 8 semester which is seperated as " ODD and EVEN" ,if the student fails in ODD semester he/she should write the arrears in next ODD semester and this rules is really annoying for every students and this regulation did't even supports the students and by this , students are blamed by teachers please support this petition.and this is biggest issue for students and the guys who fails in exam are noobs? Teacher/ university can decide he/she is slow learners in just 3 hours of exam?? And by the new regulations many of the student may do not even get placement in their colleges because could you imagine if someone kept arrears in 7 semester (ODD semester) and next semester is 8 semester (EVEN semester) how they clear their arrears ? But in previous regulations they can clear their arrears in any semester ( next semester's) but this regulation they can't!!! If you remove "no arrear system" it is very useful for poor students and parents and i think in India Anna University is only university which has "no arrear system" this is very shame and this rules is implemented in 2017
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