AMU introduces two-tier examination for preventing cheating
Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) has decided to introduce a two-tier system of examination for securing admission in professional courses in the institute starting 2015-16 session, in a bid to strengthen transparency in admission tests.

Admission test for medical, engineering, and class XI courses from 2015-16 session, would constitute a preliminary test, held at various centres across the country, followed by a final admission test which would be held at the AMU campus, AMU spokesman Rahat Abrar said.

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The decision of the Academic Council of the University comes in the backdrop of the institute cancelling the MBBS/BDS entrance exam for the year 2015-16, amidst reports of AIPMT examinees using high-tech gadgets for cheating.

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Abrar said the decision has been taken in the wake of reports that examinees in various universities are often resorting to unfair means with the help of computer-based gadgets and this decision may help in putting a brake on such malpractices.