Interrogate BOPEE Officials, Punish The Guilty : CCA To Govt

KL Report

Srinagar

Accusing BOPEE of hushing up the alleged paper leak scam as ‘packing error’, Coaching Centres Association (CCA) Wednesday sought intervention of civil society to come forward and raise their voice against the corrupt practices in these institutions of public importance entrusted with selection of deserving aspirants.

In a statement, CCA said that there is a common belief among students and coaching centres that papers are sold to selected students and the practice is continuing for so many years.

“The officials in BOPEE every year make hefty sums of money. The persistent paper leak in CET is cancerously affecting the preparation level of more than fifty thousand students who prepare for entrance examinations right from 11th and 12th class,” read the statement.

“With each passing day the frustration among students is brewing up. The Association is receiving frenetic calls from the aspirants to raise the voice against mafia operating in BOPEE,” it added.

CCA said that forum is contemplating to launch a valley wide protest to save the careers of thousands of students who toil hard to seek selection in the entrance tests.

The Association reiterates its demand that the BOPEE officials should be interrogated and an impartial inquiry initiated as the corruption is very deep rooted and the incident will have a far reaching adverse affect on the decaying academic environment in the Valley.

“The Association will leave no stone unturned to unearth the unscrupulous elements,” they said.

Claiming it to be the conspiracy, CCA said that “Association is deeply dismayed over the criminal silence of Govt. at higher level which is a clear indication of the deep conspiracy.”

“Be it BOPEE, SSRB or PSC – the corruption has become an ‘accepted’ norm in the selection process and the officials concerned are hand in glove with the agents involved in such nefarious activities. In the interests of hapless and poor students the Association has decided to raise the issue of bringing in transparency in selection process at all platforms, come what may,” read the statement.

 

 

 

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