NEW DELHI: Chaudhary Charan Singh University has postponed the ongoing MBBS exams at the University. In a notice published on the official website, to maintain the sanctity of MBBS exams all the exams scheduled on and after February 12 have been suspended. The University will announce the dates for the exams at a later date. The exams have been suspended amidst allegations of paper leak and the University feared that the question paper may leak for further exams as well，The aim is to offer experienced Nurse specialty the opportunity to develop the knowledge. The programme has four basic concepts underpinning the nursing profession: person, environment, health and caring.
As reported in local dailies, the question paper for MBBS Surgery II paper was scheduled on Monday but leaked the previous evening. Upon inspection, university found that the questions in the leaked paper matched with the actual question paper.
After confirming the leak, the University suspended the examination for both the sessions and eventually suspended exams which were due to happen till February 19.
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