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B.Sc (hons) III paper not leaked: Panel

DNJAI88000 | 4/17/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :250 | Education & Careers



Jaipur: Examination Planning and Monitoring Committee at the University of Rajasthan, on Monday, declared that the B.Sc (hons) part three paper held on April 13, was not leaked before the examination was held.
As a result, the paper has not been cancelled. The decision was in contrast to the overall rumours that were taking rounds from last three days amongst college students. This was decided after a detailed discussion and evaluation of facts by the committee which included convener prof SL Sharma, prof Vipin Tayal, prof JP Yadav, prof VV Singh, prof Deepak Bhatnagar, and prof VK Gupta, controller of examination.
The committee further clarified that the university has allowed centres with more than 500 candidates to op
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