Another panel to probe paper leak

ST CORRESPONDENT
Saturday, 2 March 2019

The Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) is going to set up another inquiry committee on the recent law paper leak issue. The decision was taken at the Management Council meeting held on Friday.

Pune: The Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) is going to set up another inquiry committee on the recent law paper leak issue. The decision was taken at the Management Council meeting held on Friday.

Meanwhile, the SPPU has announced the dates of re-examination of leaked law papers of First Year of three-year LLB course (2017 pattern), which will be held on March 7 and 8.

In an official statement, SPPU said it has now formed an inquiry committee comprising four members of the Management Council. It will be headed by Rajesh Pande and have Sanjay Chakane, Sudhakar Jadhvar and Mahesh Abale as members.
 
The committee will find out who is responsible for the incident and recommend action. The committee will present its report and further decision will be taken.

However, the reason for why the new committee was formed is not revealed.

Earlier, a one-member committee headed by Dilip Kanare was formed. According to his report it was proved that the blunder was done by officials from the University. Considering this report, the VC declared that re-examination will be held for students of first year in LLB course.

Examination paper of first year LLB course was leaked by SPPU itself this time. The official was supposed to upload question papers of previous year for students’ reference, instead wrongly uploaded the examination paper scheduled on February 15 and 16 on Thursday (February 14).

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