Patna : Large Scale of Parents and their Relatives (Family) has helping to Copy on the Board Examination , Bihar. Almost more than 500 arrested for the Anti -Cheating to hep the Students in Public Board Examination of 10th 12th Class. The Videos, Images are released through media, social websites, news papers regarding this issue has questioned Central Govt to Bihar.
Parents Helping in Examination Hall :
Who is the responsible in the Board of Examination, “the Cheating in the Class 10 exams continued in Bihar on Saturday (21.03.2015) also, with police having round up the school compound to fire in the air and carry out a baton charge to disperse people who were helping students to copy.
Young children were allowed to saunter into the exam hall where Bihar Board exams were taking place, with answers in bits of paper for the students.
The investigation has starts after ordering of union minister Upendra Kushwaha. It’s an large scale cheating in india is first time. Also he said the actions won’t be affect other students career.
In Bihar state more than 14 lakhs of students are facing the 10th Class Examination in 2015 around 1250 centers are alloted for conduct the exams. Every students should have pass from this exam to continue their higher education.
Shahi said, “We cannot control or curb unfair means…when we are conducting a large-scale examination. There are four-five persons to help one student”.
Chief Minister Nitish Kumar’s expressed “pain” over the wide publicity given to the pictures showing cheating in the state, and said it had sullied the image of Bihar. His strict orders to stop the rampant copying had its impact on Saturday with the police apprehending 213 students and 712 parents, relatives, friends of examinees from different parts of the state, Additional Director General of Police (Headquarters) Gupteshwar Pandey said.
The state government faced major embarrassment after local TV channels ran footage of people climbing the four-storeyed Gyan Niketan examination centre at Mahnar in Vaishali district.
Bihar Secondary Education Board BSEB cheif Lalkeshwar Prasad, however, said district magistrates should ensure fair examinations with the help of police (It has shows in Video).