Lahore: Fake suptd caught at exam centre
LAHORE: The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) controller of examinations on Wednesday caught red–handed a fake superintendent at a centre set up for intermediate annual examination for 2012. Intermediate Part–II physics paper was in the session. Controller of Examinations Anwar Farooq paid a surprise visit to the Centre L-64 (Punjab College of Commerce for Women, Noon Avenue, Muslim Town) and found that centre superintendent Sana Khan was performing her duty. During investigation, she could not prove herself as a genuine eligible teacher.
It was revealed that Sana Khan had submitted a fake duty proforma with the connivance of board clerk Mansoor Ajmal. On account of forgery, the controller of examinations lodged an FIR against the accused clerk with the Muslim Town police.
BISE Chairman Nasrullah Virk suspended the clerk from service and constituted a two-member committee comprising board members Chaudhry Muhammad Iqbal and Chaudhry Rafaqat Ali. The committee has been asked to submit a report at the earliest.