BR Ambedkar University Agra, 12,000 Appeared For B.Ed Exam And 20,000 Passed

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IN BR Ambedkar University Agra, 12,000 Appeared For B.Ed Exam And 20,000 Passed.

The news that you are going to read will surely shock you after knowing the content or story. Students in India won’t be quite whenever an exam is conducted. Either they break the rules for copying or involve in scams. This time, the authorities had done the mistake. In BR Ambedkar University in Agra, B.Ed exam results were announced that shocked each and every student in the University

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According to the reports of the University, 12,822 students had written the examination and the authorities showed that 20,000 students have reportedly cleared the exam which sounds funny. This shocking incident came to light just before the results were scheduled to be announced. The results were immediately stopped announcing and Vice Chancellor ordered an inquiry regarding the cause.

“The case is of the 2013-14 session of the Ambedkar University when Gorakhpur’s Din Dayal Upadhyay College was given the responsibility for B.ED admissions. Around 13349 students came into the university through counseling process and were allotted in 190 colleges affiliated with Ambedkar University,” University PRO, Professor Manoj Srivastava told.

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“But when the B.ED examinations were announced, the number of students that applied was much higher, roughly around 5000. At that point of time, the Chancellor had denied them from giving the exams,” he added. “The matter of 7,000 suspicious students came to light when the private agency preparing the B.Ed results objected that they only had the data of around 12,800 students while copies of over 20,000 students were checked.”

“As the agency showed helplessness in declaring results, the VC issued letters to all the private colleges, ordering them to come up with the list of enrolled students. Private colleges then claimed that they had taken more students against seats lying vacant and these extra students also took the exam,” Srivastava said.

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