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Chinmayanand case: Law student not allowed to take exam

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Shahjahanpur: The law student, who had accused former union minister Chinmayanand of sexual harassment and blackmail, was not allowed to take her third semester examination for her Master’s degree by the Rohilkhand University.
The examination was scheduled to start from Tuesday.
She was, however, allowed to take a back paper examination on Monday.
The Rohilkhand University officials said that she could not be permitted to appear for the examination because her attendance was less than 75 per cent, which is mandatory to appear for the examination.
Head of the university’s law department, Amit Singh, said that the woman has zero attendance and she did not even appear for the internal exams.
The Supreme Court on September 2 had directed the Additional Solicitor General to ensure that the woman and her younger brother get admission to a different Law college in Bareilly.

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