Names of Chandrababu’s Family Appeared on JNTUK Question Paper
Some interesting things are happening in the state of Andhra Pradesh under the rule of the Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu. We all know, there are several State Banks and other nationalized banks in the state. Have you ever heard of a bank under the name of Nara Lokesh? Probably, none of them might have heard of these names. But, the Engineering students in the state of AP are quite aware of these names as they found on the question paper prepared by JNTU – Kakinada.
It’s quite surprising! Isn’t it? It’s not just the only thing the students noticed on the question paper but there are many other names of people from Chandrababu Naidu’s family. Recently, the 2nd year first semester exams conducted in the state of Andhra Pradesh in different exam centers under the affiliation of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University-Kakinada. In the computer science engineering paper set prepared by the officials of JNTU – Kakinada, we can see the questions using the names of some of the family members of the state CM.
In the Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis (MEFA) examination held on Monday, there are some questions including the names of Lokesh, Brahmini, and some others. Here are few questions:
Identify the recording process of Journal Entry in a systematic manner.
- Business commenced with cash (Rs 5L) deposited in Lokesh Bank Ltd (Rs 3L).
- Goods purchased from Heritage Ltd (Rs 25L)
- Sold Goods to Brahmini Ltd (Rs 45L)
- Received a Bank Cheque from Brahmini Ltd (Rs 30 L)
- Paid to Heritage Ltd (Rs 20 L)
- Paid to Office expenses (Rs 1L)
In the above questions, we can see the frequently used names Brahmani and Lokesh. We all know that these names certainly belong to the family of Chandrababu Naidu and also his company Heritage Foods.
According to the latest news, some of the professors from the University belong to the family of the CM and this is the reason, most of the questions include the names of the family members of Chandrababu Naidu. When posed a question to Vice-Chancellor, V.S.S. Kumar of JNTU asking for an explanation regarding this issue, he simply said that there is no concealed intention while preparing the question paper. Whatever might be the intention, the questions on the examination are quite bizarre and witty.