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Mass copying reported at YK College, Mekola, Mayang Imphal centers

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In an unprecedented manner in the history of Manipur, school authority and parents are reportedly indulging themselves in mass copying by distributing solved answer papers to students at YK College, Wangjing today.
Informing this to reporters, one of the member of DESAM’s flying examination squad told at its Keishampat HQ that when a vigilant squad of the students’ body reached at YK College, a large number of people including parents, relatives and locals were seen running from one post to another carrying solved photo copies containing all the answers of today’s class XII Biology examination question paper.
Astonishingly, the DESAM volunteer alleged that members of micro observers of Council of Higher Secondary Education Manipur, who were present at the centre during the examination hour, were seen enjoying the whole drama silently.
Showing a pile of books, photo copies of solved question papers and small books, which they collected from YK College and other examination centers, the DESAM volunteer further said that when demanded the invigilators of the examination refused to hand over the books, photo copies of solved answer papers, which were allegedly distributed among the students.
Since the first day of the ongoing class XII examination which is being conducted by the Council, DESAM has been continuously reporting about incident of copying at various exam locations across the state. However, till today the Council failed to take up immediate preventive measures, he said, while he wondered that if the Council authority has any role in encouraging students, parents and even invigilators to indulge in mass copying and helping them in illegal practices during examinations.
Mass copying was also witnessed at Mekola and Mayang Imphal A and B examination centers, he added.
He also asked the Council authority that what would be best means to prevent students from indulging mass copying at examination.

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shyamkumar March 10, 2016 - 1:45 pm

Quite shameful!


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