Board exams are being conducted in every nook and corner of the nation at present, be it the state board exams or those conducted by CBSE. Reports of mass copying or cheating pops up from any part of nation every year, and this year the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir has entered in the same trap as the flying squad of J&K Board of School Education filed 38 cases of unfair means after it found mass copying at several Class 10 Board exams centers in Mandhar town.
When the team led by Assistant Secretary, BOSE Ramesh Chander paid the visit to Exam centres No. 4521 and 4522 at Govt Girls Higher Secondary School, Mendhar, they witness that the students are adopting unfair means to write their exams. On the spot, they framed 32 cases of unfair means. What they found was a gunny bag full of slips/ copying material and the students were not leaving any stone unturned to copy and write the answer in the sheet. Thereafter they seized the same. Class 10 students were supposed to give Maths Paper today i.e, on March 11, 2017.
Thereafter the team also conducted inspection at Exam centre No. 4519, 20 and 23 at GHSS Boys Mendhar and there also they framed six cases of unfair means. The team also issued warning to the exam staff and communicated the matter to the higher authorities.