BUK Suspends Students, Warns Others Over Malpractices

The Bayero University Kano (BUK) has suspended 29 students over their alleged involvement in examination misconduct during the last academic session.

According to the university’s management, three students were exonorated for one or two semesters, while three others were cleared of any wrongdoing due to lack of evidence.

The university’s decision affected both undergraduate and postgraduate students, as confirmed by Aminu Kurawa, the Acting Director of the Directorate of Examinations, Admissions and Records, in a statement made available to newsmen.

This decision demonstrates the university’s commitment to maintaining academic integrity and upholding the highest standards of conduct among its students.

“The Senate at its 413 meeting held on 3rd July, 2024, expelled 29 students, rusticate 3 and warned 15 others for being found involved in examination misconduct.

“The decision was in accordance with General Examinations and Academic Regulations (GEAR) and of General Regulations Governing Postgraduate Studies (GRGPS) respectively,” the statement noted.

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