Indore: Officials of Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya officials were taken by surprise when a student alleged that mass copying was on during MBBS second professional exams at MGM Medical College. He claimed that the examinees were carrying chits and also talking on their mobile phones, while examiners were turning a blind eye to everything. However, an investigation into the allegation by officials proved it to be untrue.
Jan sunwai representatives were on their way to the exam Controller Ashesh Tiwari’s office when this student reached them and complained of mass copying.
The officials it is claimed pretended not to believe the student’s allegation and sought a written complaint, which the student refused to render.
They then contacted the MGM medical college authorities to verify if the alleged claim was true. “Senior teachers of the college went to the examination hall and frisked the examinees. The tip-off was false. No unfair means was found with any statement,” Tiwari told reporters. The university despite not being given a written complaint took action on verbal reportage. As earlier when it had overlooked a complaint, it had turned out to be true.
“Previously, the university was tipped off about mass copying underway at Liberal College during LLB exam. We thought that the information was wrong but during evaluation of answer book, it was found that students had copied from each other. That’s why we did not take chance this time,” Ajay Verma in-charge registrar told free press journal.
Meanwhile, a BPT student complained in writing about the university has announced plans of holding 4th year exam when the 3rd year results were yet to be out. “Until third-year results are not announced, the fourth-year exam should not be conducted,” she said.
Tiwari however, reassured the student that the fourth year exam would be conducted only after the previous year results were declared reports Free Press Journal.