DAVV exam: Cheating cases cross century mark
WHILE DEVI Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya?s (DAVV) official figures say that 99 cheating cases have been registered so far, the actual figures with those included from the division, could have already crossed a century mark.Updated: Mar 09, 2006 14:30 IST
WHILE DEVI Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya’s (DAVV) official figures say that 99 cheating cases have been registered so far, the actual figures with those included from the division, could have already crossed a century mark.
According to Deputy Registrar (examinations) L S Baghel the university receives notification on the number of cheating cases registered in the district on a daily basis, while the corresponding figures from the division come in every three days.
So far, Government Arts and Commerce College that is notorious for such cases has maintained a clear lead over the rest, with 32 cases having been registered. According to official statistics, eight cases have been registered in Old Girls Degree College (GDC), seven in PMB Gujarati Commerce College and five in Devi Ahilya Arts and Commerce College.
Four cases each have been registered in MB Khalsa, Swati Jain, Dhar PG College, SN College (Khandwa) and Government College (Mandleshwar). Three cases each have been registered in Ranjit Singh, Government College (Sanver) and New Science College.
Two cases each have been registered in IKDC, Seva Sadan (Burhanpur) and Government College (Mhow) and one each in PMB Science, Government Sanskrit College, New Girls Degree College, Department of Computer Sciences, International College, ILVA, Government College (Kukshi), Government College (Manawar), Government College (Alirajpur) and Government College (Khargone).
With fresh figures collected from the division slated to arrive tomorrow, university officials say that if the past trend is anything to go by there may be an increase of about 20 more cases.
University today heightening is security measures and changed two papers on the last moment. The changed papers included Income Tax of B Com final year and Managerial Economics of M Com. So far the university has changed five question papers in the course of the one-week of the exam. The university, having printed four sets of question papers, intends to change more papers in the coming days.
Amidst rumours of a heated exchange between the Rector of the University and a president of a Janbhagidari Samiti, the university issued guidelines to the principals asking them to keep governing bodies of private institutions and Janbhagidari Samiti members of government colleges away from interference in examination work.
The guidelines issued today have put a stop to any further interference and are seen as a fitting reply by the university as a gesture allaying the rumours.
First Published: Mar 09, 2006 14:30 IST