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Two Islamic University students suspended for ‘cheating’ in exams

Sun Online Desk     4th July, 2018 04:09:58 printer

Two Islamic University students suspended for ‘cheating’ in exams

The authorities of Islamic University (IU) in Kushtia have suspended two students for one academic year over the allegation of copying notes in exam halls.

 

The decision was taken at an emergency meeting of ‘crime in exam and discipline committee’ at the vice-chancellor’s office around 11:00 am on Wednesday.

 

Vice-chancellor Professor Dr M Harun-Ur-Rashid Askari issued the suspension order against Nasrin Nahar, final year student of Department of Law and Sabbir Ahmed, third year student of Biotechnology and Genetics Engineering department, said acting Registrar SM Abdul Latif.

 

They were suspended for violating the examinations’ rules and regulations, he added.


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