The education board has declared the 12th class science result and the 10th result is going to be declared soon. In order to prevent malpractices in class-10th and 12th examinations held in March-2023, seating arrangements were made in classes equipped with CCTV cameras. The misbehavior committed by the students in the examination may have escaped the flying squad of the board, but have been captured in the CCTV cameras. On the basis of which the students who misbehaved in class-10 and 12 examinations have been caught.
Results of the students will be reserved
The flying squad of the officer constituted to check malpractices has so far been able to nab only 60 students. After examining the CCTV cameras installed in the classrooms, the board has identified cases of malpractices. Due to which the result of that student will be kept in reserve. Now later, the student caught in the act of misconduct will be called before the officials of the board by giving a notice and after getting his explanation, on the basis of his reply, punishment will be given as per the rules laid down by the education board in cases of misconduct.
10th and 12th students have been arrested
In the 10th examination, 759 cases have been done on the basis of CCTV footage and 29 cases have been done by the squad, venue operator, room inspector. In Class 12 Science, 26 cases have been registered on the basis of CCTV footage and nine cases have been registered by the squad, site manager and room invigilator. 345 cases have been registered on the basis of CCTV footage in class 12 general stream, 22 cases have been registered by others. In this, only 60 students of class 10th and 12th have been caught by the squad, venue operator or room invigilator on charges of malpractice in the examination. While checking the footage of CCTV cameras, 1130 students of class-10 and 12 have been caught doing wrong. However, a total of 1190 students caught in misconduct will be given an opportunity to submit their reply by the education board.
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