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Manipur: Disappointment among Rayburn College students in Churachandpur over exam results

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Imphal, Aug 23: Discontent has arisen among students of Rayburn College in Manipur’s Churachandpur district following the recent announcement of examination results.

Naomi Lhungdim, one of the 76 students who successfully cleared their 5th semester exams in June 2022, expressed her dissatisfaction with the results. Despite regular classes having been conducted, she conveyed her disappointment at the outcome and noted the lack of careful marking by university authorities. She has called for a re-evaluation of the marks.

Another student, Lalthuamson, echoed these sentiments regarding the 5th semester results for the year 2022, which were released last night. He highlighted instances where students who had previously scored between 80 and 70 marks received remarkably lower single-digit scores. Lalthuamson, who had previously secured 96 marks in another semester, received only 35 marks this time, the minimum pass marks. He has appealed for a re-evaluation of his marks.


T Sumsuanmung, another student, pointed out discrepancies in the recently declared 5th semester results. He highlighted cases where students who had attended exams received failing grades, while some obtained unexpectedly low single-digit scores like 7, 0, 12, or 13. Sumsuanmung observed that practical marks, which hold a weightage of 25 marks, were missing, raising questions about their absence.

The students found it incredulous to have obtained single-digit scores, expressing their dissatisfaction with their academic performance this semester. Many had achieved significantly higher scores in previous semesters.


Meanwhile, the principal of Rayburn College, Khen P. Tawmbing, issued a clarification regarding the undergraduate examination results. He revealed that only 10 out of 76 students cleared their 5th semester examinations in the psychology department. Additionally, he noted that numerous students had received zero or very low marks in their 2nd and 4th semester exams for the year 2022 across various subjects.

Principal Tawmbing clarified that out of the 10 students who cleared their 5th semester psychology exams and the 5 students who passed their 4th semester zoology exams, all belong to the Zo ethnic tribes.

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