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IAUE cancels examinations on grounds of alleged leakage

Ignatius Ajuru University Of Education (IAUE) cancels examinations on grounds of alleged leakage.

The University Senate at its resumed sitting of Wednesday, 9th December 2020 considered the reports of the various committees that investigated the alleged leakage of the above examinations which were written on 5th November 2020 and 6th November 2020 respectively.

The committee from their investigations confirmed the leakage of the examination and separately recommended the cancellation of the examinations written in the two courses.

The Senate deliberated on the recommendations of the committee and approved the cancellation of the examinations.

The examinations in the two courses, EDU411 and EDU413 were therefore cancelled.

The examination in EDU411 will be retaken on Monday, 21st December 2020 while EDU413 will be written on Tuesday, 22nd December 2020 manually.

All final year students of the Ndele campus will be conveyed to the Main campus to write the examinations.

Senate further directed that the examinations are to be marked by conference mode and all scores submitted to the Registrar, two days after the examinations.

However, all students who wrote the examinations on-line during the lockdown are exempted, except they wish to re-write the examination.

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