Whether role of Government may be negative in curbing copy but few dignitaries are making serious efforts.

Twelve examinees caught red handed for using unfair means
in the examination being  conducted by
Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidya  Peeth
Varanasi.
Twelve examinees caught red handed for using unfair
means in the examination being  conducted
by MGKV Varanasi includind six from K.B.P.G. College Mirzapur  and six from K.G.S. Mahavidyalay Jopa in
Chhanbey block . In K.B.P.G. College Mirzapur ,on Thursday i.e.20-March-2014,
in the morning session, three examinees from B.A. First year English ,two
examinees from B.Sc. First year and one from B.Com. First  year were caught red handed using unfair
means. According to principle ,Prafulla Kumar Singhania ,1241 students appeared
in the exam while 1276 were registered. According to report available from
K.G.S. Mahavidyalay Chhanbey , Superintendent of examination centre ,Dr. V. C.
Kausik  itself caught six examinees using
unfair means in the exam of Hindi of class B.A. Second year.

All the other colleges are running as usual. Hon’ble
friends, don’t guess that these colleges where no examinees are caught using
unfair means are conducting exam in transparent and accountable manner.
Undoubtedly aforesaid two colleges are doing praiseworthy job and Dr. V. C.
Kausik is exemplary for others. It seems that few bold teachers have resolved
to revive the glorious past of this pillar of education in this district.
Several leading personality like Y.R. Tripathi ,Raj Nath Singh and many others
have served this great institution. We citizen will always remain thankful  to those teachers who are contributing to
revive the ancient glory of this institution.

2 comments on Whether role of Government may be negative in curbing copy but few dignitaries are making serious efforts.

  1. Twelve examinees caught red handed for using unfair means in the examination being conducted by MGKV Varanasi includind six from K.B.P.G. College Mirzapur and six from K.G.S. Mahavidyalay Jopa in Chhanbey block . In K.B.P.G. College Mirzapur ,on Thursday i.e.20-March-2014, in the morning session, three examinees from B.A. First year English ,two examinees from B.Sc. First year and one from B.Com. First year were caught red handed using unfair means. According to principle ,Prafulla Kumar Singhania ,1241 students appeared in the exam while 1276 were registered. According to report available from K.G.S. Mahavidyalay Chhanbey , Superintendent of examination centre ,Dr. V. C. Kausik itself caught six examinees using unfair means in the exam of Hindi of class B.A. Second year.

  2. This is truth that Government is not supporting to curb copy but few ideal teachers at their own risk ,making efforts to curb the copy which is applauding and must be supported by intelligentsia class from all nook and corners. When the teachers came forward to better the society ,then massive changed took place.

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