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BNN College, Thane, Maharashtra
BNN College, Thane, Maharashtra
Thane (District Thane)
Maharashtra, IndiaPin Code : 421305
BNN College, Thane Maharashtra is a recognised institute / college. BNN College, Thane Maharashtra is also known as Padmashri Annasaheb Jadhav Bhartiya Samaj Unnati Mandal. BNN College, Thane Maharashtra was established on / in 2007-08.
Principal of BNN College, Thane Maharashtra is U.D.Kadam 9960578865.
BNN College is situated in Thane of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Thane comes under Thane Tehsil, Thane District.
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Website of BNN College, Thane Maharashtra is www.bnncollege.org.
Contact Details of BNN College, Thane Maharashtra are : Land Line: (02522) 228650, (02522) 230879, (02522) 233256
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S.G.Deore, Chief Co-ordinator Self Funded Courses
CoursesBNN College, Thane Maharashtra runs course(s) in Arts, Commerce, Science stream(s).
Approval details: BNN College is affiliated with University of Mumbai, Mumbai (Bombay)
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Ten colleges under scanner in BMS paper leak investigationA university-appointed committee has shortlisted 10 colleges for further investigations into the leak of a final year Bachelor of Management Studies (BMS) exam paper and will begin by questioning two colleges on Thursday. Three of the colleges are from the city, one each from Vasai, Virar and Navi Mumbai and four from the Dombivli to Shahpur region.
The three-member committee, headed by ST Gadade, principal of CKT College in Panvel and comprising Dinesh Panjwani, principal, National College and Prakash Wani, former university controller of exams, was constituted to investigate the leak of the International Finance paper on the evening of the incident.
On April 25, hours before the exam was to begin, university officials found that the paper had leaked. The university then replaced the original paper set at all 58 centres and asked centres to return the original bundles, which they had been instructed not to open. The colleges will be visited with an absolutely open mind, said a university official. We know that 10 bundles were opened. Whether they were opened because they did not receive the university notification in time or not, remains to be seen. We do not want to damage the reputation of any institution without finding out the facts.
The committee will be questioning all college officials; from the principal and joint chief conductor of exams, to peons and university officials responsible for coordinating with the colleges. The committee is also probing the possibility of a leak having taken place at the university level. They will also be looking through answer sheets.
When a final year Bachelor of Commerce paper had leaked at BNN College in Bhiwandi last month, an enquiry committee had identified the leak because of the incorrect question paper code that students had written on their sheets.
This is the second time a BMS paper has leaked. Last November, a fifth semester paper had leaked, and the university then conducted a re-exam for students.
University suspends one permanent employee, dismisses 3 temporary onesFollowing the arrest of four university employees who leaked three first year engineering papers, the university on Tuesday suspended one permanent employee and removed the three temporary employees.
While Premchand Kamble was a permanent employee in the statistics department,
Paresh Tendulkar, Vikas Ujjainwala and Bharat Singh were temporary employees at the examination house.
It is not yet clear if the university will take action against any of the students accused of leaking papers. The police report is yet to be officially submitted to the university.
When we receive the report we will take appropriate action and punish the guilty as per the provisions of law, said vice chancellor Rajan Welukar at a press conference on Tuesday evening. Welukar did not say if the hiring process would be changed but said an overhaul would take place.
The university did not announce any direct action against the colleges employing some of the accused. The board of examinations is scheduled to meet on June 8. The board will also discuss how to deal with a paper setter whose name has come under the scanner.
When BNN College in Bhiwandi was identified as the college where a final year BCom paper had leaked in March, the university fined the college, in addition to debarring it as an exam centre and recommending suspension against some of its officials.
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