Cheating in examinations is a serious matter punishable by expulsion of the offender from the University in accordance with Senate’s Resolution 1913 and 1914 of 12th July 1978.  For those involved in writing dissertation papers and theses, you are also informed that plagiarism is regarded as cheating in examinations and anyone found guilty will be expelled from the University.

It will, therefore, be appreciated if ALL students would ensure that they do not carry any unauthorized materials into the examination rooms including mobile phones.

Students are also reminded that it is a serious examination offence to remove answer books, whether used or unused, from the examination rooms.



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