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Taking strong cognizance of the T.Y.B.Com paper leak, the BNN college management has suspended two more college employees including a senior supervisor and clerk. On Tuesday, 3rd April, action takes the number of people suspended on the issue to five. Sources attached with the college claimed the college management on Monday 2nd April, held a meeting at which all the staffs present on the day of the exams were called. At the meeting, the management decided to suspend two employees, including senior supervisor Rajendra Dongardive and clerk S Gavhale.
The college management found both Dongardive and Gavhale were responsible for the goof-up. The management also issued notices to 16 professors who were posted at the exam centre a supervisors, as some of them were said to be accused of overwriting on the exams paper bundles. Earlier, on the recommendation of Mumbai University, the BNN college management suspended chief conductor D. S. Bhangre, senior supervisor R. N. Deshpande and Prof D. R. Jadhav, for the goof-up. Confirming the news about the two suspensions, Vijay Jadhav, chairman of BNN College said, Dongardive was the chief supervisor for the March 27 exam. He is also responsible for whatever happened that day, which is why we suspended him along with clerk Gavhale who was posted at the exam centre. We are taking all steps which are necessary as per our responsibility and are also helping the university team which is probing the whole matter, said Jadhav. The T. Y. B.com Marketing and Human Resource Management (MHRM) paper had leaked from BNN College when it was erroneously distributed a day in advance. Following the incident, the university formed a special team which visited the college and recommended suspension of three officials involved in leaking the paper. The university has also decided to impose an Rs 1-lakh fine on the college. The university’s board of examinations decided to hold a re-exam on April 11. However, the Narpoli police station under whose jurisdiction the college falls, has not yet filed any case in this matter. Police officials claimed they are waiting for a complaint to be filed by Mumbai University.
Courtesy: Times of India
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