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UMYU Expels 31 Students For Examination Misconduct


The Senate of Umaru Musa Yar’adua University at
its 65th regular meeting considered the report of the
Central Examination Misconduct Committee on the
examination misconduct cases during the First
Semester of the 2014/2015 session.


Consequently, the Senate approved the committee’s
recommendations and therefore ratified the
expulsion of thirty one students for various
examination offences, while one student was
rusticated for two semesters.


17 of the expelled students were from the Faculty of
Education, five from Faculty of Humanities, seven
from Faculty of Natural & Applied Sciences, two
from Faculty of Social and Management Sciences
while the rusticated student was from Faculty of
Education.







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