Bihar’s Bhim Rao Ambedkar Bihar University (BRABU) has been caught again in an examination scam.
Around 30 students enrolled in second year of Bachelor of Computer Application (BCA) course for session 2013-16, who didn’t even write a single word on their answer sheets, have been declared pass.
The irregularity was revealed when the university officials conducted an inquiry following complaints from many students.
“The matter came to light when the students applied for the scrutiny of their marks. When the answer sheets were taken out, we found that not a single word has been written on 30 answer sheets. But, passing marks have been awarded to them,” Examination controller-cumproctor of BRABU Satish Kumar Rai told HT.
For now, the university authorities have served show cause notices to the concerned examiners and they have been summoned.
“Action would be taken against those found responsible for the major irregularity,” Rai said.
Last year, BRABU was in controversy when marks were allotted on 40 odd blank answer sheets of final year examination of homeopathy.