SSC exam amid power outages
Karachi, April 17, 2008: Political workers of the different parties Wednesday helped SSC exam candidates
using unfair means at several examination centers setup in the City, learnt on Wednesday.
Despite the Board of Secondary Education Karachi request
to the KESC for exempting examination centers from load-shedding, the students
continued to suffer power outages on the second day of the examinations
More than 50 students participating in the papers of SSC Part-I general
group and Part-II science group were caught red-handed while cheating in the
papers by the more than 50 vigilance committees, formed by of the Board of
Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK).
Some of the candidates who shared their
grievances said that some political workers kept helping their
kith and kin in using unfair means at NJV School and some other exam centers of
North Karachi town, Lyari town, Shah Faisal town, Korangi town, Landhi town and
Jamshed town to assist.
Around 500 students, who could not appear in the
paper of English (SSC Part-II General Group) due to none availability of admit
cards, however, appeared on Wednesday to take the exam they missed, according to
BSEK Assistant controller Examination Bizzaatullah Khan.
candidates have been registered into the SSC examination, out of which 110,000
candidates (65,000 boys and 45,000 girls) have been registered in the Science
Group Class-X, while for Class-IX, the students numbers stand at 118,000 (70,000
boys and 48,000 girls).
A total of 9,000 boys and 24,000 girls have been
enrolled in Class-X General Group, while 4,000 boys and 3,000 girls have been
registered in the private group. For class-IX exams, 5,000 boys and 4,000 girls
have been enrolled. "To control over the unfair means activities in the
examination, the BSEK has formed nearly 160 vigilance teams to inspect the
examination centers in the City.
On the other hand, City District Government
Karachi (CDGK) has also setup vigilance teams at town levels to hold the exam
The papers of class X will be conducted in the morning session,
while the papers of the class IX will be taken in the afternoon from 2pm to 5pm,
as the board decided to conduct these examinations simultaneously.
has constituted over 460 examination centres across the city. The vigilance team
of City District Government Karachi (CDGK) has cancelled the copies of around 15
students in Shah Faisal town, Korangi town and Landhi town on account of unfair
Executive District Officer Education Fakhar Karim on the second day of
the examination has visited Govt Boys and Girls Secondary School, Gulshan Iqbal
Block-6 and Site Model School, according to her both the papers were held under
normal circumstances. The Nation
Poor visibility during exams 'shocks' minister
Peshawar: In 'poor visibility,' students of higher secondary
education took exams on Wednesday as power outages at the examination centres
caused blackouts and angered NWFP Education Minister Mian Iftikhar
According to a handout, numerous students at the examination
centres complained to the minister that they were taking exams in "poor
visibility because of electricity load shedding."
The complaints were
registered during the minister's unannounced visits to these centres, said an
The education minister took serious note of the
load shedding on this occasion carried out by the Peshawar Electricity Supply
Company (PESCO) during the examination hours, it added.
He said that
students were taking their exams in the dark halls where visibility was very
poor, adding that this was quite shocking.
The minister appealed to PESCO
officials to avoid load shedding throughout the province during exam hours at
all the examination centres. He also directed the Education Department to relax
rules and regulations to provide one generator to each high school in the
province, to facilitate alternate lighting for students, to save their valuable
educational year. Daily Times
"paper of physic is out of course muzaharay karo sab numbers mango board saaaaa "
City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan
"The 9th class paper of clothing under federal Board of Education Islamabad was out of course. We request for re-examination."
Name: Dr Fida Abbasi
City, Country: Islamabad, Pakistan
"Salam o alikum, i want to know the date of result of exams of 9th class. does anyone know? please reply. allah hafiz ."
Name: ABul Abbas
City, Country: Karachi, Pakistan
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