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The Technical Education and Industrial Training Department informed that it is planning to cancel affiliations of seven pharmacy colleges in Punjab after finding mass copying in the exams that took place in the last two months.
Technical Education Principal Secretary Anurag Verma said it was found that answer copies of all the students of the offline examination matched word-to-word and some of the online solved papers also matched word-to-word.
The seven pharmacy colleges whose affiliation may get cancelled include Vinayaka College of Pharmacy, Vidya Sagar Paramedical College, Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Pharmacy, Lord Krishna College of Pharmacy, and Krishna College of Pharmacy -- all in Lehragaga. The two others are Aryabhatta College of Pharmacy; Modern College of Pharmacy in Sangrur city.
Mr Verma further informed that students who opted to answer the same questions during the final year exam. The detailed reports were sought from the Punjab State Board of Technical Education and Industrial Training secretary and principal of the Government Polytechnic College (Girls), Patiala, where the answer sheets of these seven colleges in Sangrur district were sent for evaluation. The reports clearly mentioned that mass copying took place in seven pharmacy colleges during the examinations which took place in September and October.
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