Over 28 copying cases registered in MPBSE exam

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 02 Mar 2017 11:23:11


Staff Reporter,

As per the direction of MPBSE, CCTV cameras have been installed in all the sensitive examination centers. Despite this, copying cases were registered on the first paper.


Taking strict action, total 9 teachers of Patan School have been suspended. While, notice has been issued for ceasing two salary increments of the teachers in Patan

AMID tight security, Higher Secondary Examination of Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) has started from Wednesday in Madhya Pradesh. The examination was started by organising special Hindi paper on March 1 in total 110 examination centers. The Board examination of Higher Secondary School has begun in a peaceful atmosphere in all the examination centers.


As per the direction, special checking was done before appearing the examination. Big earrings, bands, rings and other such things have been prohibited in the examination.
It may be mentioned that last year, there were number of copying cases during the board examination. Taking action on the same, a total 17 flying squad have been formed. In which, 10 from administration, 7 from District Education Department.


A total of 16 examination centres are marked as sensitive centres and special arrangement to keep vigil on those centres have been made. In the examination, around 18, 295 regular students and 3,032 private students appeared in 110 centres.


Joint District, Manish Verma informed that a total 28 copying case was registered in different centers. In which, total 26 copying cases was registered at Government School, Patan and two cases at Piparia Kala Examination Centre, Shahpura block.


Verma further informed that examination started on scheduled time as per given by MPBSE. Proper arrangements including tight security have been made in all 110 examination centers. A total 18,295 students appearing as regular students, while, 3,032 students appeared as private students in rural and urban areas.
The flying squad has also been constituted from Collectorate. The members of flying squad paid visit in all the centres and checked out the status of examination.
Besides this, District Education Officer Agrawal also inspected the sensitive examination center and other centers along with flying squad.


DEO directed proper facilities should be provided to students during the examination. DEO gave strict warning to centre In charge to ensure availability of facilities for students. A total 18,295 students appearing as regular students.