LLB valuation scam: Govt college lecturer proved guilty

The university has decided to write a detailed report on the manipulations to the government to initiate action against the said lecturer.

Highly placed sources informed Deccan Herald that University will also file a complaint with the police, on the manipulations held during tabulation process.

It may be recalled that the manipulation was came to light during April 2009. After the enquiry, the preliminary report showed a large scale manipulations. Accordingly, the Syndicate had decided to conduct a detailed enquiry on the same. It has been found that the students who actually failed in the LLB examination held in October 2008 had been promoted, marks of students (who scored high marks) were found tampered with, while some students who did not appear for the examination, were allotted marks and were promoted. The marks mentioned in the ledgers were higher than actually scored by them in some cases. In the case of some students, the marks noted against their names were less than what they had actually scored.

Soon after the manipulation came to light, the University had nullified the results by taking back the marks card and students were asked to appear for the exam again. Later, in July 2009, the university had issued notice to eight tabulators. Of which, one has been found guilty.

The source said that manipulation has also taken place in BBM examinations in November 2008.  

The university authorities had randomly checked the BBM results of 10 colleges and detected cases of manipulation. A committee has also been formed to conduct an enquiry into the manipulation.

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