Principal suspended for helping students cheat during exam

Karachi—Muhammad Azhar, Principal of Shah Lateef Boys Secondary School of Pakistan Steel Mills—who was assigned the duties as Superintendent at the same school for the on-going ninth and tenth classes board examinations – on Saturday was suspended from his post for allegedly being personally involved in facilitating cheating in a systematic way.
This had caused depression and frustration among the genius students who had been burning mid-night oil over their academic year.
On learning about the action , the intelligent and hardworking students expressed their satisfaction and thanked the Chairman, Board of Secondary Education Karachi, Anwar Ahmedzai and the raiding team.
The genius students and their parents demanded similar action at other examination centres in Steel Town, Gulshan-e-Hadeed , Pipri and Port Qasim colony especially those set up in private schools where the cheating is reported to be at its heights.
Responding to the reports about cheating at PSM’s Shah Lateef School, Chairman of the Board , Anwar Ahmedzai directed his vigilance team for a raid, who found Principal Muhammad Azhar’s conveyance in the use of unfair means at the exam centre.
The worst part of this shocking episode was Muhammad Azhar in the capacity of Superintendent at the Examination Centre was also allegedly facilitating his son Muhammad Ammad using unfair menans. Mr Ammad having Roll No. 333547 was appearing in Matric examinations.
Chairman BSEK , Anwar Ahmedzai while talking to APP expressed his resolve that the use of unfair means in the examinations would not be tolerated and those involved in this menace would have to face strict consequences.
Anwar Ahmedzai appealed to all concerned quarters including teachers and parents to resist this menace thus save the future of young generation.—APP

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