Strange things keep happening in Indian educational system. In a blooper of Bheem Rao Ambedkar University, results of B.Ed exams showed 20,000 students had passed the exam, but in reality only 12,097 students of regular course were enrolled.
On the orders of the vice-chancellor, investigation in the matter is underway.
“The vice-chancellor Mohd Muzammil has instituted a committee to probe the irregularities in the matter and more than 20,000 students were passed when only 12,097 students were enrolled in all the affiliated colleges. The letters has been issued to all private colleges,” the varsity spokesperson said.
The error was detected when the private agency preparing the results found the difference in the data provided by the college and the university.
Meanwhile, the private colleges claimed that they had taken more students against seats and these extra students also appeared for the exam.