Examination Malpractices Takoradi Technical University suspends 17 students

Seventeen students of the have been suspended for examination malpractices

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The management of the Takoradi Technical University in the Western region have suspended seventeen (17) students who engaged in examination malpractices.

The students including 14 male and 3 female students were suspended after the disciplinary committee of the school found them guilty of the misconduct.

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The students remain suspended pending an appearance before the disciplinary committee.


Senior Principal Public Relations Officer of the University, Mr Ekow Payin Richardson said the suspension is intended to maintain discipline in the school.

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He said the findings of the committee established that they were cheating during examination, contrary to the rules of the university.

He added that aside from the 17 who were handed the suspension letters, two others received warning letters while one paper of another student was cancelled.

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