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Jiwaji University result leaked on Internet

The BEd result of Jiwaji University (JU), Gwalior, is posted on Internet even though the university had not declared it officially.

india Updated: Apr 10, 2007, 20:11 IST
Umesh Singh
Umesh Singh

The BEd result of Jiwaji University (JU), Gwalior, was posted on Internet even though the university had not declared it officially. The university administration has initiated an inquiry into the leakage.

Jiwaji University Vice-Chancellor Professor AK Kapoor said that the private company, which prepared result for JU, uploaded BEd result on Internet. A two-member committee has been formed to inquire into the matter. JU Registrar Anand Mishra also said that the fault lay with the company hired to prepare result and not JU administration.

Some BEd candidates on Monday reported that their result has been posted on Internet. Many candidates got printouts of the mark-sheets. When the matter came to the light of JU administration it got the result removed from Internet.

The JU has not officially declared result because a two-judge bench of Gwalior High Court had directed JU to open the result of 'eligible' candidates only.

The BEd issue has been haunting JU since 2005 when private BEd colleges admitted candidates who were not eligible for it. Later, under the pressure of media and the Raj Bhawan, the university decided to conduct exam only for the pre-BEd qualified candidates.

Private BEd colleges moved the High Court against the JU decision. A single-judge bench of the High Court ordered that only those candidates who were qualified in pre-B Ed exam, had 75 per cent attendance and were resident of Madhya Pradesh should be allowed to appear in examination.

The B Ed colleges approached Supreme Court, which provided interim relief on the basis of which the JU allowed all the concerned students to appear in examination.

But later the apex court upheld the High Court order and directed colleges to file petition with the two-judge bench of High Court if they so desired so. B Ed colleges approached the two-judge bench, which also upheld the previous decision of single-judge bench.

Following this, the JU has withheld B Ed result and formed a committee to scrutinise the candidates who fulfilled eligibility criteria. The work of scrutiny was still going on when the result was posted on Internet.

The B Ed admissions and exam controversy has been raging for the last one-year and the previous vice-chancellor, Prof Hoshiyar Singh, had resigned over the B Ed muddle.

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