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Memo to all registered GLUK students

TO: ALL REGISTERED GREAT LAKES UNIVERSITY OF KISUMU STUDENTS

Greetings.

Congratulations for your continued commitment towards your scholarship.

The semester is approaching a close, an event which will be climaxed by the examinations scheduled to commence in the month of August 2012.

As a student make sure that you prepare yourself sufficiently in readiness for the exams.

As part of this preparation kindly ensure that you pay your outstanding fee balance as you will not be allowed to sit for the examinations until the balance is cleared.

Please also note that, university examination dates are set by the University Senate therefore, there will be no special examinations for students who did not sit exams due to uncleared fees.

It is also important to caution you against cheating in exams. Below is a table highlighting what are considered as examination offences and the penalties.

Please make sure that, you do not engage in any activity classified as an examination offence during the exams.

We wish you the best of luck in your exams.

 

SOME PUNISHABLE EXAMINATION OFFENCES AND PENALTIES


No.

Offence

Penalty

1.

Possession of unauthorized material brought to the examination venue by the candidate himself/herself or by other person(s).

Cancellation of the candidate’s examination in the unit concerned. Repeat the year of study in which the offence was committed during the following year of study.

2.

Copying form unauthorized material carried by the candidate himself/herself or other person(s) to the examination venue.

Cancellation of the candidate’s examination results in the units concerned. Suspension from the University for one academic year and on re-admission to repeat the year of study in which the offence was committed. A written warning.

3.

Circulation unauthorized written material to other candidates during an examination.

Cancellation of the candidate’s examination results in the units concerned. Expulsion from the University of the parties involved.

4.

Communicating orally with other candidates during the examination.

Cancellation of examination results of the units in which the offence was committed. To resit such unit(s) and be graded as supplementary paper(s).

5.

Copying from other candidates’ examination work during the examination

Cancellation of the examination results in the unit for the candidate(s) involved. Resit the unit and be graded as Supplementary paper. Suspend candidates involved from the University for one academic year. Proceed to the subsequent year of study on re-admission.

6.

Possession of used or unused examination answer book(s) in the examination venue during examination other than the material used by the invigilator.

Cancellation of the candidate’s examination results of the unit concerned. Resit the unit and be marked as a supplementary.

7.

Returning of examination answer books with written answers after the tie allowed and specified by the invigilator

Cancellation of the candidate’s examination results of the unit concerned. Resit the unit and be marked as a supplementary paper

8.

Willful disruption of University examinations

Cancellation of the candidate’s results in the unit concerned. Expulsion from the University for those involved.

9.

Impersonating another candidate

Cancellation of the candidate’s results in the unit concerned. Expulsion from the University for the candidates involved in the conspiracy.

10.

Presenting oneself for an examination in a unit one has not registered for.

Cancellation of the candidates results in the unit(s) a written warning

11.

Commission of examination offences more than once.

Cancellation of the candidate’s results. Expulsion from the University for those involved.

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