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Kerala IG T J Jose Debarred From MGU Exams

T J Jose, Inspector General of Police, caught copying in the LLM Examinations in St Paul’s College, Kalamassery, held last May.

Published: 19th December 2015 03:45 AM  |   Last Updated: 19th December 2015 03:56 AM   |  A+A-

KOTTAYAM: T J Jose, Inspector General of Police, caught copying in the LLM Examinations in St Paul’s College, Kalamassery, held last May, has been debarred from the examinations till May 2016.The decision was taken at a meeting of Mahatma Gandhi University held here on Friday. The meet, which accepted the report submitted by its sub-committee, also decided to cancel all the examinations he attended in the previous term.

The inquiry conducted by the sub-committee led by C H Abdul Lateef, had found that the IG resorted to irregularities in the exam hall. The Syndicate suspended four students of Master of Communication and Journalism (MCJ) for the alleged misconduct on woman teachers and staff, and preventing them from official duties. A police inquiry has been sought in this regard.

The authorities of the Ilahiya College, Muvattupuzha, have been asked to remit Rs  6.10 lakh for providing false internal marks affecting 122 students. The fine cannot be levied from the students.

Presentation Arts and Science College, Puthenvelikkara, has been asked to remit Rs2.5 lakh for the anomalies in the conduct of examination.The meeting ratified the action taken in the three reported cases of malpractices from D C College, Vagamon, SCMS, Ernakulam and SNDP College, Chittar. It resolved not to entertain the applications for reaffiliation or for new colleges from the institutions sans the infrastructure demanded by the Act and the Statutes. 

The meeting also decided to take immediate steps for the completion of the academic programmes and conduct of the examinations for  students of the closed down off-campus centres numbering over 10,000



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