According to a spokesperson, V-C Lt. General (retired) Zameer Uddin Shah had to take the decision for such an inquiry as there had been some doubts in the consistency of the result of entrance exam for MBBS and BDS courses; university will undoubtedly adopt stringent posture on this issue.
The number of candidates, who participated in the entrance test for total 180 available seats in MBBS and BDS, has been recorded as more than 50 thousand at 11 different centers in the country. Amazing!
V-C has contrived a set of three-member inquiry committee, which has intensively started off the work and will probably generate its report within a month. It has been disclosed by official resources that three members, who constitute the committee are Midhatullah Khan Sherwani, a former civil servant and visitor’s nominee to the AMU’s Executive Council, Professor E. Hasnain, former V-C University of Hyderabad and Professor S.N. Pathan, former V-C RTM Nagpur University.
Entrance exam got suspected and prompted to possibilities of inconsistencies as the result was declared; seemed to be some abnormal at a particular center. Clearing the entrance test remarkably by more than 30 candidates at a particular center increased the doubts and initiated the requirement of inquiry. An official has told that some applicants seemed to have used internet resources and applications in illegal manner to solve the question paper at a particular center. University is now taking the issue very seriously in order to rescue its goodwill.
According to an official release, even the circumstances have drawn much attention of the university towards the issue of cheating and university could take some rigorous initiatives though it is willing to wait for what Supreme Court may decide in a similar case registered from Haryana recently this year, before it takes ultimate decision.
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