Karachi: 14 cases of unfair means detected in matric exams
KARACHI: The concerned authorities for monitoring the matriculation exams caught at least 14 students involved in unfair means and seven cases of impersonation on Thursday. The Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) sent a team headed by Controller Examination, Rafia Mallah, to three schools in Keamari Town. From the Government Boys Secondary School, Jackson Bazar five candidates were found using unfair means. A similar case was found in the Government Girls Secondary School, Shireen Jinnah Colony and two more from the KPT Girls Secondary School. The KPT Girls Secondary School had all facilities including a generator present in its premises.
According to a press release issued by the BSEK, the invigilators were removed from the examination room. In yet another raid by the Special Vigilance Team three students were caught using unfair means at the Government N.J.V School.
A second team which visited Gulshan-e-Iqbal and Shah Faisal Town caught three cases of unfair means .A case of impersonation, where a student other than the one who registered appeared for the exam, was found from the Decent Model School, Baldia Town. At least six more cases were found from the Government Boys Secondary School, Landhi No 1.
Director Private Schools, Mansoob Siddiqui has ordered the cancellation of registration of the private schools where cases of impersonation were found. No cases were found from Malir during the raid.