CS directs ACE to probe BISE marks corruption case


Staff Reporter


Chief Secretary Sindh, Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah on the several complaints and grievances of parents of the eligible and talented students took notice of the marks corruption matter against Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Hyderabad and private public schools and college for providing and attaining extra marks through illegal means and committing corruption and CS issued directives to chairman Anti-Corruption Establishment (ACE) to investigate the matter and take action against involved individual involvers.
According to reports, influential parents of the children who were studying in different private colleges and schools have made set though illegal means and acquired high numbers by allegedly paying corruption to BISE Hyderabad authorities and succeeded to get administration in medical university LUMS and Mehran University while talented and eligible students were made deprived of their right and miserly depressed in getting admissions in medical universities.
The parent of talented students who were deprived of their right of admission in LUMS and Mehran universities, have conducted meeting with Chief Secretary Sindh on the other day and produced him all evidences of the corruption committed by BISE board authorities and appealed him for justice and justification. Parents alleged the board authorities by getting hefty corruption converted the degree of different students of private schools and colleges from ‘B’ grade into ‘A-1’ grade and hatched conspiracy to local and eligible students of district Badin and posed obstacles in the way of them in getting admissions in Medical Universities.
The parents alleged that after complicity and collusion of influential parents, private college administration and BISE authorities, the more than seventy four students of one private college has received ‘A-1’ grade among its hundreds enrolled students.