Lucknow: The Uttar Pradesh secondary education department is yet to keep a check on the menace of cheating during examination by implementing the orders of the state government. So far no arrangements have been made in this regard. A special computerised room will soon be set up to monitor the CCTV footage and the voice recordings set up at the exam centres during the board exam period. Notably, the Uttar Pradesh board exams began on February 7.
The state government has ordered the secondary education board to arrange for the control room which will be made operational from February 12 onwards, said education department officials. District inspector of schools (DIOS) Ravindra Kumar was quoted by Times of India as saying, “The control room will be established at the government inter college in Shahganj by February 12 when the main exams begin. The control room will have six computers and employees will be assigned duty in two shifts.”
Kumar added that the superintendents of the examination centres will monitor the CCTV footage and voice recordings on a daily basis. On February 7, Uttar Pradesh Deputy Chief Minister Dinesh Sharma conducted a surprise inspection at Navyug Kanya Vidyalaya in Rajendra Nagar as high school and intermediate examinations of the UP Board began, stated news agency ANI. Dinesh Sharma reportedly said that about 1,314 examination centres were categorised as sensitive, while 448 examination centres were considered to be hyper-sensitive.
This year, a total of 58,06,922 students are taking up the exams. As many as 8,354 schools are made into exam centres.
New Delhi, June 9: The Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) is back in news again. On June 6, BSEB Bihar 12th Result 2018 was declared by the Bihar Board. As the result was out, some students were shocked to see their marks. There were students who have scored more than the grand total. While some students also complained that they have scored marks for those exams for which didn’t even appear for.
According to reports, a student, who is a resident of Arwal district, scored 38 out of 35 marks in mathematics and 37 out of 35 in the objective-type question. Kumar was not shocked after seeing his result. Similarly, Sandeep Raj hailing from East Champaran got 38 out of 35 in the theory paper of physics. While he has scored zero in the objective-type questions in English and Rashtra Bhasha. Another candidate from Darbhanga Rahul Kumar scored 40 out of 35 in the objective paper of maths.
Meanwhile, another student Janvi Singh from Vaishali claims that she didn’t appear for the biology examination but still she scored 18 marks in the subject. BSEB Bihar 12th Result 2018 was declared by the Bihar Board on June 6 on the official website- biharboard.ac.in.
This is not the first time for BSEB students. In June 2016, Hajipur district topper Ruby Rai was arrested by Bihar police in the cheating case. Ruby Rai, 19 had secured the first position in Political Science in her district but failed to answer a simple question about her subject. Ruby Rai’s answer to basic question shocked entire nation when she said that, “Political Science is all about cooking”.
Ruby Rai had reportedly secured the first position in arts via an education racket run in Bihar’s Vishnu Rai college in Hajipur. In connection to the scam, Vishnu Rai College Chairman Baccha Rai has also been arrested.
Tamil Nadu Plus 2 Result 2018: The Tamil Nadu Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) examination result will be declared at 9:30 AM today by the Directorate of Government Examinations (DGE) Tamil Nadu. The Tamil Nadu DGE will release the results on the board’s website- tnresults.nic.in. Students who had appeared for the Plus 2 Tamil Nadu HSC examination, may check their results at- tnresults.nic.in, which is the TN Board’s official website.
Nearly 8,98,763 students appeared in the HSC exams which were conducted from March 3 to April 6. Out of the total students who appeared for the TN HSC examination, 36,411 students registered for the Plus Two examination in Coimbatore and 25,401 candidates registered from Tirupur this year.
TN Plus 2 Result 2018: Know how to check your result at tnresults.nic.in:
Step 1: Visit the Tamil Nadu Board’s official website- tnresults.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on the link which reads- ‘TN HSC Result 2018’.
Step 3: Enter your relevant details and submit.
Step 4: View and download your result.
Step 5: Take a print out of your result for future purposes.
Apart from checking on the official website- tnresults.nic.in, students may also check their TN Plus 2 Result 2018 at examresults.net and dge.tn.gov.in. The Tamil Nadu government will not be declaring its list of toppers and their marks or ranks so that students aren’t depressed. State education minister Sengottaiyan confirmed the same saying that announcing the names of toppers and the marks obtained by them causes mental stress to children. Just like other boards, Tamil Nadu Board too made sure unfair means weren’t used during examination and hence flying squads visited the centres to ensure the same.
Students are requested not to panic and wait patiently for their Tamil Nadu Plus 2 Result 2018.
Jaipur, Mar 17: The second phase of Rajasthan Police Constable Recruitment Exam 2018 has been cancelled after numerous cases of cheating came into light in just a week’s time. The examination was supposed to be conducted between March 20-31. The decision was taken at a high-level meeting presided over by the DGP Rajasthan at the Police Headquarters on Saturday.
The Inspector General of Police (Jaipur) Sanjeev Kumar Narjari has claimed, in a report, that a total of 20 people have been arrested in connection with cheating cases. He also informed that the new dates for the exam will be announced in the near future.
Here is the official notification by Rajasthan Police:
A total of 20 members of high-tech cheating gangs have been arrested from Jaipur by Special Operations Group (SOG) over last one week.
As per reports, one of the gangs even cloned the fingerprints of candidates for biometric attendance. Another gang hacked the computers of Saraswati Infotech, one of the exam center, and helped the candidates in cheating during the exam.
New Delhi, Mar 13: Scores of students were caught on the camera cheating and exchanging answer sheets during the examination in the Gonda district of Uttar Pradedsh on Tuesday. In a video recorded, students, who appeared for Uttar Pradesh Secondary Sanskrit Education Counsel Exam, were seen copying from each other while some were found writing answers with books opened.
Few students went outside their examination hall and exchanged notes. Not only this, some people were seen giving papers in the name of other candidates. Surprisingly, no invigilator or examiners was seen in the classroom when the said incident occurred.
Many students were sitting together on the same bench. Students started throwing books as soon as they noticed the camera but some still continued to cheat. The video of mass cheating has gone viral. This has also raised questions over the education system of the state.
To tackle cheating in the examinations, state government made all possible arrangements like installation of CCTV cameras at all examination centres. In Uttar Pradesh, Bihar such impudent practice at the examinations have always hit the headlines. Every year students have been seen cheating.