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Question papers never leaked in CU history: CU VC


Published : 27 Oct 2021 09:04 PM | Updated : 28 Oct 2021 03:05 PM

Chattogram University (CU) Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Shirin Akhter has claimed that question papers have not been leaked in 50 years in the history of the university.

 She made the remarks while visiting the admission test hall of the Faculty of Arts and Anthropology of the university on Wednesday morning.

 She said action would be taken only if there was fraud in the admission test.  No one will be spared and the administration is on high alert.

 Examinations started at 10 centers of the university from 11 am on Wednesday.  The examination will be held in three shifts over a period of 2 days through the ‘B’ unit of the Faculty of Arts and Anthropology.

CU Vice-Chancellor said that over the past one week, the university administration has worked specially to prevent all kinds of admission fraud and misconduct.  No incident has taken place since the admission test started.

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 She said that the admitted students will be able to take the admission test without any hesitation.  In case of any irregularity or inconvenience, the authorities will be contacted and steps will be taken.  They are ready to cooperate in any way.

According to the examination controller's office, the examination was held in two shifts in unit 'B' on Wednesday.  The 1st shift from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.  The second shift examination was held from 3.30 pm to 4.30 pm.  The ‘B’ unit admission battle will end on Thursday with just the first shift test.

 In three shifts, 42,668 candidates will appear for the admission test against 1,221 seats in the 'B' unit.  As such, 35 students are fighting for admission for each seat in the unit.

 This time 1 lakh 83 thousand 863 students have applied for 4 thousand 926 seats in 4 units and 2 sub-units in Chattogram University.  As such, 37 students will fight for each seat.  Examinations for ‘C’ unit will be held on 29th October, ‘D’ unit on 30-31 October and ‘A’ unit 

on 1st and 2nd November.  In addition, examinations for sub-units ‘B-1’ and ‘D-1’ will be held on November 5.