KARACHI (9 News) – The intermediate paper of Zoology was leaked 40 minutes before in Karachi on Friday.
According to the reports, the intermediate board in Sindh has been trolled due to the cheating and papers leak scandals. However, the intermediate part two Zoology paper was surfaced on social media 40 minutes before the examination in Karachi.
On the other hand, strict measures had been taken in Sukkur to prevent the paper from leaking, but second year’s English paper was also shared on social media within 10 minutes of the exam.
The parents have demanded Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah to take action against the ongoing cheating and pare leak scandal.
Unchecked cheating in SSC exams belies tall claims of Sindh govt
Earlier, using unfair means and cheating in annual secondary school examinations is on the rise in Sindh.
At some place, the question papers were leaked, while cheating continued through smart phones and unchecked use of books. Students used a WhatsApp group to facilitate cheating.
A youth was also caught while taking exam in place of a student. The uncontrolled cheating in a majority of centres belied the claims of the Sindh government. Moreover, solved papers were also available in the market.
Despite the imposition of section-144 in the province, the administration has failed to halt cheating and mismanagement at the centers in various cities of Sindh.
On the other hand, the ‘booti mafia’ has also stepped up as the matric exams kicked off in Sindh leaking the paper of ninth grade with the connivance of staff.
Reports of rampant cheating in the matriculation exams conducted by Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Larkana outside examination centers in Jacobabad were also received.
Cheating mafia still active despite Sindh govt’s claims
Despite the tall claims by Sindh government to take strict action against the culprits behind cheating, the mafia was still highly active within the province.
The usage of smart phones and other technology devices was in full swing during the ongoing examination.
The cheating culture prevailing across the country in general and Sindh in specific is denting the efforts of the government to promote literacy.