"We received information about use of unfair means, irregularities in examination besides proxy candidates appearing at the examination held on September 1. We have cancelled all examinations of the first sitting of Veer KunwarSingh College centre. The decision was taken by the exam board," VKSU Vice-Chancellor Syed Mumtazuddin told PTI.
The university has fixed September 20 as the next date for holding the examination for the cancelled papers, he said adding that the center superintendent of the college has also been replaced.
Reacting to the incident, Bihar Education Minister Krishnandan Verma said that a probe will be ordered into the mass copying and the culprits will not be spared.
"The matter will be probed thoroughly. No one who is found to have been involved in the incident will be spared. Strict action will be taken against them," he said.
Photographs had then shown men scaling the exam four-storeyed school building and of parents and guardians trying to reach into classrooms to pass chits with answers to the examinees.
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