What hap­pens to UMC cases

HT Ludhiana Live - - Education -

Af­ter the ex­am­i­na­tions are over, a com­mit­tee looks into var­i­ous cases of un­fair means that have de­tected. Stu­dents are given an op­por­tu­nity to ex­plain and then on its ba­sis pun­ish­ment is de­cided, which would be a warn­ing, de­bar­ring a stu­dents from ex­am­i­na­tion or any other deemed fit by the com­mit­tee. Last year dur­ing the Class 10 board ex­ams, 78 un­fair means cases were de­tected, of which in 66 cases stu­dents were pun­ished while oth­ers were let off. Sim­i­larly, in Class 12 board ex­am­i­na­tion, 160 cases of un­fair means were de­tected, of which 146 stu­dents were pun­ished while 14 were let off.

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