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Fake student held during BEd entrance exam

india Updated: Nov 13, 2006 00:39 IST
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A FAKE student was caught during the B Ed entrance examination of Allahabad University on Sunday. Authorites handed over the culprit to the police and lodged an FIR against him in the Civil Lines police station.

A total of 5,213 students appeared for the B Ed entrance examination of AU which was conducted at five centres in the city. Prof Jata Shankar said that no untoward incident was reported during the examination.

Members of AU Proctorial Board along with the proctor thoroughly inspected the centres during the examination. Prof Jatashankar said that the Proctorial board members did not find any irregularity at centres except one fake student caught during inspection at Bishop Johnson School.

Authorities found that some other student was appearing in the name of one Pankaj Kumar. Varsity authorities handed over the culprit named Vidyanand Pandey to the police after they found his statements unsatisfactory.

AU STUDENTS DEMAND ELECTION:  Allahabad University students met AU Board of Trustees chairman Prof GK Rai and demanded him to conduct AU students’ union (AUU) election as conducted by Jawaharlal Nehru University. Student leader Rajesh Singh claimed that Prof Rai has assured to take a decision very soon.

Singh said in a communiqué that AU was not conducting the students’ union election and divided students on the basis of age with an intention to finish the union.

Attached to ECC: UPRTOU public relations officer Prabhat Chandra Mishra said that the BSc students enrolled from UPRTOU main campus study centre (S-05) have been attached with Ewing Christian College study centre.

The BSc students of the open university will have to submit their assignment and examination form with the ECC study centre. The decision was taken in a meeting held under the presidentship of Prof Yadava on Saturday. Statistics and Bio-chemistry have been included in BSc from this year and ECC study centre will provide the facility to conduct practicals.

ECC study centre co-ordinator Dr Shivbhanu Singh has been assigned to collect the examination forms and assignments of the students.