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BRAU Cancels Two More Exam Papers

Published: 31st March 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st March 2015 04:13 AM   |  A+A-

SRIKAKULAM: Following rumours of leaking of two more question papers of BR Ambedkar University, the varsity authorities cancelled B.Sc Physics (1st year) and B.Sc Chemistry (2nd year) examinations here Monday.

Last Friday, the Physics paper of B.Sc second year was reportedly leaked. Police are investigating the incident and are still looking to establish if the rumours are real, by comparing the leaked question paper with the original once the leaked paper is found.

The university authorities have set up 43 centres for the degree examinations, which were scheduled from March 19 to April 4.

Registrar V Krishna Mohan said that there were some rumours saying that the question papers of the first year degree Physics and the second year Chemistry paper had leaked and were shared through WhatsApp, prompting authorities to cancel the exams.

He said that the new date for the examinations would be announced shortly. The BRAU said that the rest of the examinations would be conducted as usual.

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