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Over 500 AKTU Students Found with Double Enrollment During the Final Registration Process
During the final registration process at Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam Technical University (AKTU), it was noted that over 500 students of AKTU were found with double enrollment. Vinay Kumar Pathak, head of AKTU Programming Team mentioned that most of the students who failed in the first year took admission in another college without obtaining migration or transfer certificate from the present college.
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The software detected that around 500 students were pre-existing students of the varsity. These students acquired admission in other colleges without cancelling their previous admissions. The software has detected the anomalies by similar Aadhaar numbers and photographs of students. Most probably, the students who do not want to repeat a year do these kinds of activities. So far, only six students have taken migration or transfer certificate.
Therefore, the students who are found with dual enrollment will not be given the final enrollment number. The varsity will take stringent action against the defaulters. The software has a cross check, and each and every information is cross-checked before giving an enrollment number.
Recently, AKTU announced that it would evaluate the answer scripts of semester exams digitally. Last year, the varsity evaluated answer scripts digitally only for limited courses. However, this year, the varsity will evaluate 20,000 answer scripts digitally. The varsity has taken this initiative to avoid discrepancies in declaring the result.
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