Two UCC Students Dismissed For Using Fake Results To Gain Admission | Vice-Chancellor Vowed To Rid Off More

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Coast, Professor Domwini Kuupole, said two people who used fake results to gain admission into the University had been disqualified and vowed to rid of all applicants who gain admission into the institution through dubious means.

One of the applicant was arrested when attempted to register, and was assisting the police with investigations leading to the arrest of the main brain behind the scandal, while the other failed to register and is being looked for by the police.

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Prof. Kuupole was speaking at the matriculation ceremony of fresh students for the 2015/16 academic year of which 5,234 students out of the 10,900 qualified applicants gained admission to pursue courses such as education, law, medical sciences, social sciences, business, agriculture and nursing.

He therefore warned people who conspired with others to gain admission into the University to stop the practice because “they will definitely be found out and punished accordingly”.

“We wish to take this opportunity to inform all would-be applicants that the university obtains results of the SSCE with pictures of applicants annually from the West African Examination Council to cross-check with the applications received,” Prof. Kuupole cautioned.

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