Masters student takes university to court after failing an assignment about dogs

A journalism student is taking his university to court after he failed an assignment.

Monash University masters student Chinmay Naik failed an assignment about the negative stereotypes of dogs.

His assignment, which featured interviews with people walking dogs, initially received 12 marks out of 100. It was marked a second time but that only slightly improved his grade.

But Mr Naik is not accepting his result, the Herald Sun reported. 

Monash University masters student Chinmay Naik failed an assignment he did about the negative stereotypes of dogs

Monash University masters student Chinmay Naik failed an assignment he did about the negative stereotypes of dogs

The Oakleigh South man has taken his case to the Supreme Court in the hope of having his mark overturned.

According to court documents, Mr Naik claims the university acted 'unlawfully' by not disclosing who marked the assignment the second time. He believes the same

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