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Cheating cases down, thanks to strict vigil

THE EFFICIENCY of Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya (DAVV) administration in conducting exams was reflected in the decrease in the number of cheating cases. The university also plans to begin evaluation work so that at least one result can be announced by the end of this month.

india Updated: Mar 04, 2006 16:14 IST

THE EFFICIENCY of Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya (DAVV) administration in conducting exams was reflected in the decrease in the number of cheating cases. The university also plans to begin evaluation work so that at least one result can be announced by the end of this month.

According to Deputy Registrar (examination) L S Baghel, 11 cases of cheating were registered yesterday and 10 were recorded today bringing the total number of cases to 21 in the district. The number of cases registered in the other districts could, however, be more and the figures pertaining to the division would be available at the university office by tomorrow.

Maintaining a higher degree of vigil, not limited just to frisking and authentication at the time of admission into the examination hall, the university also took no chances of papers getting leaked. High secrecy was maintained in printing of examination paper and their safe conduit to the halls.

However, despite all these precautionary measures the university that prides itself for having brought an end to the era of paper leaks was quite paranoid when it came to commerce papers. Not taking any chances, authorities changed a paper of M Com (corporate financial accounting) at the last moment today. In the recent past, 17 papers had leaked with the majority belonging to the commerce stream and the University administration choosing to play it safe changed the said paper.

However, rumours abounded