Calm Prevails in Cairo University Exams and Monitoring Cheating Cases at Faculties


Calm Prevails in Cairo University Exams and Monitoring  Cheating Cases at Faculties

 Dr.\ Gaber Nassar, President of Cairo University, has declared that Cairo University has preceded all the procedures necessary for exams during the second term as well as securing it since its beginning on April 27 according to specified schedules and arrangements. He clarified that second term exams results of the university's faculties will be announced successively after finishing exams.


Dr.\ Ezz-ul-Din Abu-Steit, Vice President of Cairo University for Education and Students Affairs, has said that the report of second term exams course has not monitor any negative phenomena that may affect the exams’ course badly or any obstacles in exams halls. However, about 108 individual cheating cases have been monitored until Sunday, May 4 in some faculties. 6 cases have been monitored in Faculty of Arts, 79 in Faculty of Law, 6 cases in Faculty of Commerce, only one case in Faculty of Economics and Political Science, and 16 cases in Faculty of Dar El-Ulum. He added that investigation have been conducted in the cheating cases at its time. 





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