V-C warns BEd colleges against fraudulent students

Bangalore University on Tuesday declared that students whose admission forms have discrepancies or are incomplete will not be allowed to appear for the ongoing BEd examinations.

Bangalore University Vice-Chancellor Prof B Thimme Gowda warned that a police complaint will be filed against such students and principals of BEd colleges in question if any one is found to have accorded permission to ineligible students to appear for the exam. The V-C met the principals and conveyed to them the decision of the university to crack the whip on fraudulent candidates taking the BEd exams which started on Monday.

Several principals of the affiliated BEd colleges who attended the meeting strongly opposed the move. Karnataka State Private BEd College Principals’ and  Lecturers’ Association General Secretary D N Nataraj threatened that they would resort to strike if the university did not rescind on its decision. The principals demanded that the university defer the decision and implement it from next year or at least from the next semester.

“The timing is wrong. The exams have already commenced and hall tickets issued. How is it possible to check every student’s admission form at this stage?” a principal said.

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