DELSU Expels 21 Students, Rusticates 129 Over Exam Malpractices
Authorities of Delta State University, Abraka on Tuesday, revealed that the institution has expelled 21 students for various examination malpractices while 129 others have been suspended for between two to eight semesters.
The decision of the university is contained in the summary of the report of the disciplinary committee for second semester examination of regular programmes and first semester of weekend degree programmes, which was published in the institution’s bulletin.
According to the report, the 21 students were expelled for various offences such as impersonation and leaving the examination halls without permission and with answer booklets.
The 129 students were rusticated for cheating and taking extraneous materials into examination halls, forgery of receipt and identity cards.
The report further revealed that a total of 12 students were discharged and acquitted for the lack of facts, five were warned for insufficient evidence while one was to face a security panel to ascertain the source of his unauthorized students’ identity cards.
It also disclosed that more names would be published in its next edition.
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