PU exam: Two debarred in Kolar

No reports of malpractice from Chikkaballapur; Teams formed to curb copying

PU exam: Two debarred in Kolar

Writing their Future: Students appearing for II PU exams at Government Boys College in Kolar on Thursday. DH PhotoThe squad caught the students red-handed from Government Boys College in Kolar and Government Girls College in Srinivaspur while they were copying from a chit.
The squad decided to debar the students after consulting classroom invigilators, Head invigilator and local vigilance squad, said  Pre-University Education Department Deputy Director Vijay Verma.

Speaking about the steps taken to control copying in exam, Verma said that a State-level Vigilance Squad had been deputed to very district in the State.Various teams had been formed to curb copying, noted Verma who said that teams of Deputy Directors of the Pre-University Education Department, Deputy Directors of Department of Public Instruction and Principals team had also been formed. He added that all steps had been taken to control copying.

Advising the students not to copy, Verma said that copying might solve the problem temporarily but if caught it would spoil their entire life. Asking students to study sincerely, he said that students should write what ever they knew in a neat and legible manner. He asked them to abstain from copying.

The II Pre-University exams began all over the State on Thursday. In Chikkaballapur district exams were held in 18 centres. No reports of exam malpractice were reported in the district.

The Chemistry and Accountancy were the first of the exams to held. As many as 2,909 students were present for Chemistry exam while 135 students were absent.
In Accountancy 3,145 students were present while 125 students were absent for the exam, said Pre-University Education Department Deputy Director Choudappa.
Stringent measures have been taken to avoid untoward incidents, Choudappa added.

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