DAVV exam: Cheating cases down
THE NUMBER of cheating cases in university examination has been brought down drastically, thanks to diligent efforts of Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya (DAVV) authorities. As compared to 531 cases last year, the cases registered till date this year are 135.Updated: Mar 11, 2006 13:51 IST
THE NUMBER of cheating cases in university examination has been brought down drastically, thanks to diligent efforts of Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidyalaya (DAVV) authorities. As compared to 531 cases last year, the cases registered till date this year are 135.
According to Deputy Registrar L S Baghel, the university had initiated a novel scheme of reshuffle this year according to which students from most colleges were given centres in other colleges. This procedure helped reduce cheating cases, as students were no longer able to rely on help from their teachers and staff.
The university also changed examination papers at the last moment to avoid the chances of students attempting a paper having already leaked. For this purpose four sets of papers had been printed instead of the usual three.
Meanwhile, continuing this practice the papers of B Com final Indirect Tax and M Com-Previous statistical analysis were changed today.
The number of cheating cases officially available with the university stands at 135 with the most notorious college in this matter GACC maintaining the lead with 44 cases. Old GDC with 10 cases comes second and is followed by Gujarati Commerce with seven and Dhar and MB Khalsa each having six cases. Swati Jain and SN-Khandwa have five each and Mandleshwar, four.
Indore Christian College, Ranjit Singh, Mhow, Sanver, New Science, Comp Dept, Kukshi and Manawar each have three cases. Sanskrit, New GDC, IKDC, ILVA, Alirajpur and Seva Sadan have two cases each. Gujarati Science, Govt International, Harsud, Khargone and Barwaha have one each bringing the total to 135.
First Published: Mar 11, 2006 13:51 IST