An Appeal From Psychology Students of WBSU

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Debangshu Chanda started this petition to Concerned Authorities of the West Bengal State University (West Bengal State University) and

An Appeal to the concerned authority from students of Psychology 

This is to bring your kindest attention to a very important and sensitive issue of concern, related to the postgraduate (MSc/MA) admission of the Psychology students.

With all due respect we, the students of the Psychology Department under various colleges of the West Bengal State University, want to bring to your notice, the fact, that the Psychology department of three colleges under our university, have given a variety of marks in the Third year papers of Psychology, where discrepancies are noticed regarding the big difference in marks.

We are too much bothered and anxious about the situation which is created due to the huge difference among the marks of the students of the above mentioned colleges.

This might hamper the academics of various students in two ways :

1.  The admission and the probability of getting the opportunity to study Masters in Psychology is threatened because no entrance exam is conducted for PG Admission this year due to the Pandemic situation, by majority of universities. Hence, we bring to notice that the admission process of Psychology students of our university will face enormous difficulties.

2. The overall career prospects in future will also get afflicted due to the huge difference of marks.

Hence, we request the university and the concerned authorities to kindly arrange to take any possible measure to avoid this situation, so that this unexpected huge difference in marks does not affect anyway in our admission process and enrolment to the Postgraduate courses and even in future studies and career oriented development.

Thanking you

Yours faithfully,
The students of Psychology, West Bengal State University

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