BSEK tightens mechanism to eliminate cheating
The 25 vigilance teams of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Larkana on Friday caught 186 Girls and Boys students red handed while using unfair means in the examinations of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Part-I and Part-II (Class IX & X), Annual Examinations 2017 of Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Larkana.
These 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 186 male and female students while using unfair means in the Islamiyat papers. Besides, the vigilance teams also caught 117 impersonators sitting in the examination centres to solve the papers for actual students and replacement cases 01.
Meanwhile, the Chairman Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Larkana, Dr Ahmed Ali Brohi on Friday visited various examination centres of the Larkana city to review the examination process.
He has directed the invigilators and other examination staff that all-out efforts should be made to curb cheating and malpractice during examination. He advised them to realize their responsibilities and to control cheating and unfair means being used by students during examinations of HSC Part-I & II.
The Chairman BISE Larkana personally visited the examination blocks and witnessed the examination process. Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) has taken various administrative and logistic steps to stop the use of unfair means in the on-going examination of class 9 and 10.
General Group papers started from 28th of this month and Science Group examination will begin on April 15. This year, BSEK has come up with its changed strategy making the best use of its available resources and expertise. As a result, better environment prevailed at the examination centres and minimum possible chance was left for any kind of cheating, BSEK Chairman Professor Dr Saeeduddin told APP.
He said the board management and Sindh Education department were very strict to the candidates, and also to the teachers and officials involved in the examination process.
“This year, cheaters and their facilitators would have found the examination very tough for them”, he remarked adding that strict legal action was being taken if any one was found involved in cheating.
BSEK Chairman referred to Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah’s directives that any teacher or official found involved in cheating be immediately terminated, against past practice of suspension for certain period of time.—APP