UNNICAL Expels 33 Students Over Exam Malpractices

The Management of the University of Calabar (UNICAL), has expelled 33 students for alleged examination malpractices.The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Zana Akpagu, disclosed this during a briefing. Adding that a professor was also retired for plagiarism.Prof. Akpagu stressed that UNICAL was the only institution offering an anti-corruption course introduced in collaboration with the Independent Corrupt Practice and other Allied Matters Commission (ICPC) to inculcate good values in students.

The Pro-Chancellor, Dr. Emmanuel Iwuanyanwu, who is also the chairman of the Governing Council, said the council supported the anti-corruption crusade of the VC. He, however, urged all university staff and students to report corrupt practice wherever they notice it.

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