The standard of Nagpur University

It’s almost 4 years I am studying in this shitty university and recently, this fact came to light. I couldn’t understand how no one noticed this for more than 15 years since the existence of the university. It’s the admission card for the exams. Apparently it’s not an admission card but an “ADDMISSION CARD” as you can see in Exhibit A.
Exhibit A

I cannot understand how a university, which holds examinations for all the subjects in english does not know basic spelling skills. As you can see in the next exhibit(Exhibit B), the basic rules for the examinations are in Marathi. How the hell are the students who don’t understand this so called “prestigious language” who make up almost 70% of the college crowd supposed to understand what’s written??
Exhibit B

I forgot to mention that girls and boys are alotted separate roll numbers so that they don’t sit together and hence spoil the culture of the great state…

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9 thoughts on “The standard of Nagpur University”

  1. You forgot to mention the separate roll numbers for men and women, so that they dont sit together in exams.

  2. Can’t spell addmission, sorry admission. Then separate roll numbers for men and women speaks a lot this place, where people boast about being the most ‘happening’ and liberal people of India. They are nothing but a bunch of phonies.

  3. Hey anonymous!! You have inspired me to write a post on this topic.. Thanx.. Will post tomorrow.

  4. You’re welcome. I’ll look forward to read it. Some morons come to my city claim people lack traffic sense here. Whereas Nagpur, according to them, has very disciplined traffic, with people well versed with the traffic rules.

  5. Ha Ha man!!! Stop this atrocity…. You are making me roll around the floor… Please hold your horses till tonight.. Which city are you from anyways?

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