BZU Students Fake COVID-19 Tests to Avoid Exams

BZU College students Pretend COVID-19 Checks to Keep away from Exams

Bahauddin Zakariya College (BZU), Multan, has uncovered the scholars who reportedly cast their COVID-19 studies to keep away from taking the on-campus examinations.

In line with media studies, no less than 11 college students from the English, Political Science, and Sociology departments had submitted bogus coronavirus constructive studies to the college.

A sudden enhance within the positivity ratio has sparked worry amongst lecturers, college students, and oldsters, with many calling for the college to be sealed. Deputy Commissioner Multan has additionally steered a sensible lockdown of the college.


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Contemplating the seriousness of the matter, the BZU administration fashioned a coronavirus committee to confirm the studies and forwarded them to Nishtar Hospital and personal laboratories to be verified. The studies had been formally confirmed to have been tampered with, and the laboratories knowledgeable the committee that the scholars had by no means gotten themselves examined.

In line with the studies, the scholars in query had plotted to control the BZU administration into conducting on-line examinations that may allow them to cheat simply. Nevertheless, the scholars haven’t but admitted doing so.


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The BZU authorities have determined to deal sternly with the scholars concerned within the fraudulent COVID-19 take a look at outcomes and the findings of the committee have been forwarded to the Larger Schooling Fee (HEC).

In the meantime, the administration has assured mother and father and college students that there is no such thing as a trigger for panic as BZU doesn’t have a coronavirus outbreak.

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