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DELSU Expels 64 Students For Alleged Examination Malpractice

Delta State University (DELSU), Abraka, has
published the list of sixty four students rusticated
from the institution for their alleged involvement in
examination malpractice.

Information reaching us from Delsu Bulletin , the
Vice-Chancellor, Prof. V.F. Peretomode, approved
the recommendations of the Examination
Malpractice Mobile Disciplinary Committee for the
Second Semester of 2014/2015 Academic Session
for Regular Programmes at its sittings for students
who appeared to defend themselves against the
various alleged acts of gross misconduct and
breach of matriculation oath.

It stated that all penalized students are to serve the
penalty(ies) indicated against their names while
those discharged should resume their studies

The list was published on the following link; [url]http://[/url]

The University also informed all students who
refused to appear before the Examination
Malpractice Mobile Disciplinary Committee
(EMMDC) that they are placed under indefinite

They are to appear before the committee on
Wednesday, 28th and Thursday, 29th October, 2015
at the Pharmacy Students Association Office
(Pharmacy Lecture Room) opposite Examination
Centre, Site III, DELSU Abraka.
Failure to appear before the Committee, such
defaulting student’s suspension shall be converted
to reflect the punishment against his or her offence.

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