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April 12, 2019

BSEK fails to stop copy culture in matric exams

Karachi

April 12, 2019

Even after the passage one-and-a-half weeks, officials of the Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) could not eliminate the cheating culture in the ongoing Secondary School Certificate annual exams 2019.

According to a BSEK statement issued on Thursday, the vigilance teams across the city caught only two candidates who were allegedly busy in copying answers during the examination.

BSEK Chairman Prof Dr Saeeduddin suspended a senior superintended over negligence in the performance of his duty at the Government Boys School No 2 Saudabad. He also instructed all examiners to provide all possible facilities to candidates, the statement added.

However, the vigilance teams formed by the BSEK were making tall claims about the elimination of copy culture, but the fact is these teams seem helpless to control it. They, however, are taking some slack action to project a positive image of the board.

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