Agra: 12,800 candidates appear for B.Ed exam but 20,000 pass

Agra: In a shocking news, over 20,000 candidates have cleared the B.ED exams from Agra's B.R Ambedkar University but the number of candidates enrolled was only 12,800.

According to TOI reports, the results were withheld at the last minute and subsequent inquiry opened a can of worms. A probe has been ordered by the vice-chancellor is underway and several private college authorities will be in dock if proven about their involvement in the alleged irregularities.


Varsity spokesperson Prof Manoj Srivastava told that VC Mohd Muzammil has instituted a committee to probe how the final results tally showed 20089 students when around 12,800 students were enrolled in all the affiliated colleges. The university has issued letters to private colleges where these ghost students allegedly studied.


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