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Rules and Regulations Regarding Fair Conduct in Examinations

1. Definition of Candidate: The term "candidate" refers to any examinee taking an examination in a particular year and also includes every student on the Rolls of the University.

2. Unfair-Means Definition: a) Making false representations regarding the eligibility to appear in the examination. b) Communicating or attempting to communicate with university officials, examination staff, paper-setters, or examiners to obtain unauthorized information or influence examination processes unfairly. c) Talking to another candidate or unauthorized person during examination hours without permission. d) Giving or receiving assistance in answering question papers from any other candidate or person during examination hours.

3. Possession or Access to Unauthorized Material: a) Having any unauthorized material relevant to the examination syllabus, such as papers, books, notes, etc. b) Writing on any surface or object that may contain relevant information related to the examination. c) Writing on the body, clothes, or accessories with relevant information related to the examination. d) Altering or writing on admission cards or question papers related to the examination syllabus.

4. Dishonest Acts: a) Attempting to destroy evidence of using unfair means. b) Smuggling examination materials into or out of the examination room. c) Replacing or getting an answer-book replaced during or after the examination. d) Impersonating or getting impersonated during examinations.

5. Academic Integrity Violations: a) Copying substantial parts of work without acknowledgment in dissertations/theses or field survey work. b) Tampering with examination records. c) Using obscene or abusive language in answer books. d) Cheating or attempting to cheat the University in any manner. e) Any act or omission related to the examination, before or after, deemed unfair by the Syndicate. The University emphasizes fair conduct during examinations and prohibits any form of cheating, dishonesty, or unfair advantage-seeking behavior. Students are expected to adhere to these guidelines to maintain the integrity and credibility of the examination process. Violations of these rules may result in disciplinary actions as determined by the university authorities.