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BSEK takes notice of sensitive centres

Karachi, April 23(The News): The Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) has declared some remote areas of the metropolis as highly sensitive for examination centres for the SSC Part-II examinations, sources in the education department disclosed.

The city areas, declared sensitive include Orangi Town, Korangi, Landhi, Gushan-e-Hadeed, some examination centres in Gulshan-e-Iqbal, Lyari, Dumba Goth and other far-flung areas. These complaints were lodged by Sharf-uz-Zaman of Private School Management Association to the Controller of Examination. He also requested Special Vigilant Team for conducting raid to various examination centres of the metropolis.

The report presented to the Controller of Examination revealed that students were being harassed and the conduct of examination was not transparent. In their report, an SVT headed by Sharf-uz-Zaman, Abu Fazal Rahim and Mohammad Umer said that they received complains about the examination centre No-40 Pre-Grammar School Sector-16 Gulshan-e-Ahbab, Orangi Town that students were being harassed by the invigilators.

The SVT reached the said centre but were not initially allowed by the invigilators to visit the centre. After a protest, the team was allowed to enter the centre where they found a classroom locked from inside. The SVT found five students solving their papers in the room.

The SVT also learnt that students who do not accept the 'golden offer' will go first for a thorough body search by the personnel of law-enforcement agencies deployed at the gate. These students have to go under another body search by the invigilators and then by the principal himself.

The report disclosed that policemen patrolling in the examination rooms and corridors with TT pistols in their hands were a constant source of harassment for the students. It added that those who accepted the 'golden offer' and prepared to cooperate were taken to separate rooms and allowed to solve their papers there with complete freedom of cheating.

The written complaints against Royal Educational Grammar School, Orangi, Little Flower's English Secondary School, Ghaziabad, Prime Model Secondary School, Aziz Millat High School, Orangi, were also received for encouraging unfair means in the examinations.
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