185 girls, boys caught using unfair means during exams

Khursheed advises students to develop merit culture

Larkana/ Mirpurkhas/ Sukkur

The vigilance teams of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Larkana on Thursday caught 133 caught students red handed while using unfair means (copying) in the examinations of Secondary School Certificate Part-I and Part-II (Class IX & X), Annual Examinations 2017 of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Larkana.
The 25 vigilance teams conducted surprise raids at various examination centres of Larkana, Kamber-Shahdadkot, Shikarpur, Kandhkot-Kashmore, Jacobabad districts and two talukas of Dadu district including Khairpur Nathan Shah and Mehar and held 133 boys and girls candidates while using unfair means in the English-II paper of Annual Examinations-2017. Besides, the vigilance teams also caught 176 impersonators sitting in the examination centres to solve the papers for actual students.
Meanwhile, the vigilance teams of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Mirpurkhas on Thursday caught 52 girls and boys students red handed while using unfair means in the examinations from different centres. According to details, the board team during visit to Qazi Sultan High School Kunri caught 30 candidates cheating while during visit of Gazali School six cases of cheating were registered.
The team of Sindh Chief Minister and other teams raided Kot Ghulam Muhammad High School and caught 16 candidates using unfair means during biology paper. Cases against candidates involved in cheating have been registered.
The Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah on Thursday paid a visit to examination center of Public School Sukkur where annual examinations of SSC Part I and II were in progress. On the occasion, Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah said that education is a power and our youth could perform their due role in the development and progress of the country.
He said that knowledge and merit are vital for character building and personality development. Shah advised the students to refrain themselves from unfair means and firmly believe in merit culture. He expressed satisfaction over the arrangements for the peaceful conduct of examinations.
The Chairman Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Sukkur Professor Syed Ghulam Mujutba Shah, Deputy Commissioner Sukkur Raheem Bux Maitlo, SSP Amjad Shaikh and others also accompanied the leader of the opposition.—APP

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