Lucknow. In the Arts and Crafts College of Lucknow University (LU), students had to face a lot of trouble when the power supply was interrupted during the experimental examination. Examiners had to take the exam by burning their mobile lights for four hours. During this, he told the problem to the room inspector present. He reported this through the employee to the Dean of the college, but no responsible person reached the examination hall until the examination was over.
From 18 January at Arts College, BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts), Bachelor of Visual Arts ( Examinations for BVA) and Master of Visual Arts (MVA) courses are going on. From 9 am to 1 pm on Thursday and from 1 pm to 5 pm, there was an experimental examination of the subject 'Copy from Old Master' under the painting department. In this, 30 candidates of BVA second year (third semester) were seated in the Fine Art Hall.
According to the candidates, as soon as the exam started in the afternoon shift, the college's power went out. When it was dark in the examination hall, the examinees informed the room inspector in the room. At the same time, some students sat outside the room to take the exam. Due to the absence of a generator for electricity, the students took the exam by lighting their mobile lights. There are about 500 students studying in Arts College, but there is no arrangement of generator and inverters in the college. Because of this, students often face problems.