Shortfall in Chemistry papers managed ‘mysteriously’

BOPEE Accused Of Hushing Up Another Goof-Up

JKCET MESS

ABHINAV VERMA

Jammu, Sep 6: In another shocking revelation it has come to fore that the Chemistry papers of Jammu and Kashmir Common Entrance Test (JKCET) 2013 were not only found short in Srinagar but the examination staff even at one of the center’s in Jammu were left in lurch due to shortage of around 32 question papers.
 However, the Board of Professional Entrance Examination (BOPEE) in a damage control exercise allegedly hushed up the matter to save their skin.
 Highly placed sources told Greater Kashmir that more than 32 question papers of Chemistry were found short on June 22 in second shift of CET due to which the exam started 30 minute late as compared to the scheduled timing at Government Boys Polytechnic College, Bikram Chowk Jammu.
 “The observers, deployed at the center, immediately brought the matter about shortage of question papers to the notice of chairman BOPEE, R D Sharma,” sources privy to the matter said adding that the chairman asked the examination staff to use photocopies of the question papers to meet the shortage.
 “There is no provision where the question papers have to be Xeroxed and distributed among the examinees as such the invigilation staff turned down the suggestion of BOPE authorities”.
 It was learnt that sensing gravity of situation BOPEE arranged 32 question papers “mysteriously after the earlier proposal was rejected”. “A team came from nowhere and handed over the question papers to the invigilators”, sources said.
 They added the matter was “technically hushed up” by BOPEE officials. “The team of BOPEE officials that arranged the question papers, also collected the answer sheets of absentee students, when they left the examination center”, sources said adding that during the process the team also took away a box in which question papers had arrived in the examination center. “Later, the BOPEE official claimed that short papers were preset in box but the deployed staff have not checked it properly”, an official claimed adding “In order to hide the negligence of the BOPEE the blame was put on the examination staff”. “This was designed as the BOPEE officials had to take the empty box with them. They deliberately did that from the particular center only to hide their own blunder”.
 “If the BOPEE was confident about distributing adequate papers in different centers, why they asked to make photocopies and arranged it mysteriously later on”, an official questioned.
 “It was a clear blunder on the part of BOPEE which failed to check the proper packing of the papers, otherwise there was no chance for shortage of question papers”.

Lastupdate on : Fri, 6 Sep 2013 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 6 Sep 2013 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sat, 7 Sep 2013 00:00:00 IST




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