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Nov 11, 2013

Know the rules - Nature of Malpractice and corresponding punishments

The students are warned to desist from doing any kind of malpractice during examinations. If anyone indulges in malpractice, the students is likely to be debarred from Examination or even expelled from the Degree Programme. The nature of malpractice and the minimum punishment are indicated in the table. In extreme cases, action may include debarring of officials of examinations.


Nature of MalpracticePunishment
Appeal for a favourable consideration or mercy in the answer bookCancellation of the examination of the particular paper.
Writings on the desk relevant to the examinations.
Writings on any part of the body
Verbal or oral communication to neighbouring candidate.
Irrelevant writings in the answer book.
Possession of any incriminating materials inside the examination hall (whether used or not).For example:-Written or printed materials, bits, writings on scale. Calculator, handkerchief, Hall Ticket, possession of organizer etc.Cancellation of all Theory examinations (all papers – current and arrear) registered during the examination session like April / May or Oct. / Nov.
Vulgar writings in the answer book
Copying from neighbour.
Possession of answer book of another candidate.
Giving answer book to another candidate.
Exchange of Question papers and other materials with some answers.
Appeal in the examination answer book coupled with a promise of any form of consideration.Cancellation of all Theory examinations (all papers – current and arrears) registered and further debarred from writing all examinations (current and arrear) in the subsequent semester.
Misbehavior in the examination hall (Disobedience, unruly conduct in the examination hall, threatening the Hall Superintendent / Chief Superintendent and other examination officials).
Involved in Malpractice for the second or subsequent times.Cancellation of all Theory examinations (all papers – current and arrears) and further debarred from continuing his studies for one year (i.e.) two subsequent semesters. However the student is permitted to appear for the examination in all the arrear subjects up to the last semester during the debarred period.
Cases of ImpersonationHanding over the Impersonator to the police with a complaint to take appropriate action against the person involved in the impersonation by the Chief Superintendent.
Cancellation of all examinations (all papers – current and arrear) appeared and further debarred from continuing his studies and writing all examinations for 2 years.
If a student of this University is found to impersonate a ‘Bonafide Student’, the impersonating student also will be debarred from continuing his studies and writing all examination for 2 years.

Writing of name of the candidate in the answer book by the candidate, writing of Reg. No. / College Name in places other than specified in the answer book by the candidate and any special marking in the answer script by the candidate is also punishable.

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