Telangana health university has given two different sets of Pharmacology Paper-1 to second year MBBS students for their final exam, which led to the cancellation of the exam. Students said they were not willing to write the exam again.

The students showed the two sets of papers which the health university had given to different colleges. The students gave the exam in the morning and received a message in the afternoon that it had been cancelled.

Student Arvind P. said, “This is the final pharmacology exam and we are not willing to write a re-exam. It is not the fault of the students. They must not force us for a re-exam.”

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The Telangana Junior Doctors Association stepped in and conducted a poll where all students wanted the papers to be corrected and no one voted for a re-exam. Medical students of Osmania, Gandhi, Nizamabad, Warangal, Mahbubnagar, Adilabad, Medicti, Apollo and SVS participated in the poll.

The Kaloji Narayana Rao University of Health Sciences in its message to colleges and students said the exam had been cancelled for technical reasons but did not elaborate further instructions to follow. #KhabarLive