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Examination Irregularities

  1. All cases of alleged examination irregularities, including alleged unauthorized absence from examination, possession of unauthorized material in the examination room, causing disturbances in or near any examination room and any form of or kind of dishonesty, destruction of falsification of any evidence of irregularity or cheating in examination, shall be reported to DPAA and sent to the Academic Committee which shall have powers to summon the student (s) and member (s) of staff of the University College as it deems necessary and make decisions, subject to confirmation by Senate.
  2. No unauthorized material shall be allowed into the examination room. In this regulation:
    1. “Unauthorized material” includes any written or printed material that is generally or specifically prohibited from being brought into the examination room, cellular or mobile phones, radio cassette or other types of cassette players, computers, soft and alcoholic drinks and any other material as may be specified from time to time by the Deputy Principal for Academic Affairs;
    2. “Unauthorized absence from examination” includes not reporting for a scheduled examination at the time, day and place specified without prior permission, going out of the examination room, temporarily or otherwise, or stay out the examination room for an unduly long period, without authorization or permission of the invigilator or one of the invigilators for the examination in question;
    3. “Cheating in examination” includes any form or kind of dishonesty or destruction or falsification of any evidence or irregularity;
    4. “Examination room” shall include the set examination room and all its surrounding areas.
  3. Subject to confirmation by Senate, any candidate found guilty of bringing unauthorized material into the examination room in any part of the examination process shall be deemed to have committed an examination irregularity and shall be discontinued forth with from studies.
  4. Any candidate found guilty of cheating in relation to any part of the examination process shall be deemed to have committed an examination irregularity and to have failed in the whole of that examination for that year and shall be discontinued from studies subject to confirmation by Senate.
  5. Any candidate found guilty of causing disturbance in any examination room shall be deemed to have committed an examination irregularity and to have failed in the whole of that examination for that year and shall be discontinued from studies in the University, subject to confirmation by Senate.
  6. Any candidate found guilty of commission of an examination irregularity and is aggrieved by the decision may appeal to the Senate in accordance with the provisions of appeal regulations.
  7. The Senate may impose such a lesser penalty on a candidate found guilty of commission of an examination irregularity, depending on the gravity of the facts or circumstances constituting the offence, as the Senate may deem appropriate.