ICMAI initiated action against students using unfair means in online exams
CMA Exam: The Institute of Cost Accountants of India (ICMAI) is conducting online exams for the CMA Intermediate and Final students in January, 2020. ICMAI had already issued notification detailing about Online CMA exams. Also, the institute, in the circular stated that candidates/ Students will be debarred from 5 exam terms, if found to adopt unfair means in exams.
Institute already announced that Mobile phone / head phone / any other electronic gadgets are not allowed during the online examination. Candidates who are found to use unfair means during the examination shall be debarred for a period of 5 terms or permanently.
The proctor/invigilator will be monitoring the CMA students live and their exam screen. If the proctor/ invigilator notices any violation, the proctor / invigilator has the right to report or pause or even terminate the exam after three warnings, as per the level of violation.
After the first exam on 3rd jan 2021, many students who were doing unfair practices in exam received the letter of debarment for 5 exam terms. The letter says, “It has come to the notice of the Institute that you have been found adopting unfair means like uploading or sharing images of the question paper and other unfair means in the online examination of 03/01/2021. Therefore, you are debarred from appearing in the examinations of the Institute initially for 5 (five) terms. This is as per the Institute’s circular ref. no. G/128/12/2020/1 dated 21/12/2020.”
Institute has started initiating action against such students. ICMAI has also issued the circular for the students who are debarred from appearing in the examinations of the Institute initially for 5 (five) terms. The announcement is as follows-
3rd January, 2021
It has come to the notice of the Institute that some of our students have been found adopting unfair means in the online examination of 03/01/2021. Therefore, these students are debarred from appearing in the examinations of the Institute initially for 5 (five) terms. This is as per the Institute’s circular ref. no. G/128/12/2020/1 dated 21/12/2020.
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