Sunshine and ‘mass copying’ marks tenth class exam in Damhal Hanjipora

KL Report

SRINAGAR

Relatives and friends close to building where examination was conducted
Relatives and friends close to building where examination was conducted

Festivity was all around in South Kashmir’s Damhal Hanjipora, reason, class tenth examination. The reports reaching Kashmir Life suggest that candidates appearing in examination were at ease writing their paper while enjoying sunshine and ‘guidance’.

This all started when candidates reached their examination center which was government girls high school Damhal Hanjipora and were seated inside and on the slab. Locals told Kashmir Life that parents, relatives and friends of candidates came and sat on nearby roof and compound wall of government middle school.

“After taking snapshot of question paper, the relatives, friends started guiding the candidates,”  Ghulam Muhammad, a local told Kashmir Life over phone.

He further said that “this all was happening in presence of inviglators.”

k (1)The only hiccup was when team from BOSE visited the center. Locals said at that time there was bit discipline. Rest it was like sitting at home and writing the paper.”

Locals further alleged that “invigilators facilitated all this copying and was much worse what could happen in Bihar.”

Despite repeated attempts from this office, officials did not receive call or the numbers answered, ‘currently switched off.’

 

 

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