The renowned Aligarh Muslim University is in the news for the wrong reasons. The Aligarh Muslim University has requested a probe into the final results of the current year's placement tests for the MBBS and BDS courses taking after reports of irregularities.
The choice was taken the previous evening by V-C lieutenant general (resigned) Zameer Uddin Shah after questions were raised about the veracity of results of the two courses, an official representative said.
The three-part preparatory request advisory group founded by the V-C is required to present its report later this evening.
As indicated by an official arrival of the college, the council incorporates Professor SN Pathan, previous V-C of RTM Nagpur University, educator E Hasnain, previous V-C University of Hyderabad and Midhatullah Khan Sherwani, a previous common worker and officeholder guest's chosen one to the AMU's Executive Council.
A senior AMU authority said, "Greetings tech web applications could have been utilized by a few competitors at a specific habitat for illuminating the passageway test paper."
Suspicions were raised yesterday when more than 30 competitors having a place with a specific focus in south India cleared the passageway test.
There are altogether 180 seats accessible in the two courses and more than 50 thousand competitors had showed up in the affirmation test at 11 centres in diverse parts of the nation.
The representative said the issue of abuse of PC applications for tricking amid affirmations is an issue of concern and the college would anticipate judgment of the Supreme Court in a comparable case which was accounted for from Haryana not long ago, before taking a definite choice on the matter.