Bingham varsity expels four students over exam malpractices- Prof. William Qurix
Four students of Bingham University, Karu, in the Karu Local Government Area of Nasarawa State have been expelled for their alleged involvement in examination malpractices in the institution.
The Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. William Qurix, revealed this during the 13th matriculation of the institution, held at the university chapel on Thursday.
He, however, disclosed that out of the 6,664 students that applied for admission into various courses in the university, only 1,014 students were able to scale through the screening processes.
He said they were admitted into seven faculties for the 2017/2018 academic session.
The VC said an approval had been granted to the institution for the commencement of three programmes, which are Law, Pharmacy and Nursing, noting that admission had been given to the first set of postgraduate students to study various courses as approved by the National Universities Commission.
The names of students that were expelled from the institution were given as Gurara Peter with matriculation number BHU/10/01/01/0073 from Industrial Chemistry Department; Davou Pwol with matriculation number BHU/15/04/07/0040 from Microbiology Department.
Others were Fee Naanribet with matriculation number BHU/15/02/02/0060 from the Mass Communication Department and Peter Ochekpe with matriculation number BHU/17/05/01/0035 from the Law Department.