Parents concerned over 8th class paper ‘leaks’
Srinagar, Nov 2: Expressing serious concern over the alleged paper leakage of the 8th Class examination being held by the Board of School Education, a delegation of parents of the students today called upon the concerned authorities to check this menace at the earliest to protect the sanctity of the examination.
“It is shocking that all the three set of question papers are usually available at various locations and are being circulated freely among certain groups of students”, a delegation of parents led by A H Shah told Greater Kashmir.
The Board of School Education needs to plug the loopholes at the earliest, as this trend is proving quite demotivating for hard working and genuine students, and is raising serious question marks over the sanctity of the examination, another parent said.
It is pertinent to mention that the examination for 8th standard is now being conducted by the Board of School Education. This examination was earlier held by the respective institutions under an internal system.
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