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Exam centre changed overnight

Karachi, April 21(The News): On the orders of Special Vigilance Team's (SVT's) officer Abdus Sattar, an examination center of 17 students was changed overnight. A complaint to this effect was lodged by the Centre Superintendent, The Educator School, Gulshan-e-Hadeed, with the Controller of Examination, Board of Secondary Education, inside sources informed.

According to details, the examination center for the students in question (possessing admit card nos. 428290-428305 & 450540-41) was notified at The Educator School, Gulshan-e-Hadeed, but it was shifted to Government Boys Secondary School (Agro) Technical, Razzakabad, overnight on the orders of SVT officer. However, the SVT is not authorized to move students from one center to another. The officer concerned was appointed to monitor the overall situation, as he was not the permanent employee of BSEK and his appointment was made only at the time of exams.

A letter was sent from The Educator School, stating that the students bearing the above-mentioned admit card numbers had been absent from the said examination center. Taking notice of the matter the centre superintendent held an inquiry only to find that their examination center was changed overnight. Consequently, he wrote a letter requesting prompt action in the matter. The incident had occurred during the first paper of English (Science Group) on Wednesday.

Taking immediate action, the Controller of Examination immediately withdrew the three-member SVT team and deputed another vigilance team to conduct further investigation.

However, it was learnt through reliable sources that the center was "purchased" by the area influential in connivance with the SVT and law-enforcement agencies, while the candidates in question had paid huge chunk of money to be provided with completely solved papers.

Similar cases were also reported to the Special Vigilance Team from different town schools in Dumba Goth, Gadap, Orangi, Korangi and other remote areas, however, the matter went unheeded.

Meanwhile, it was learnt through reliable sources that a number of students who migrated from Punjab after failing to clear their exams from their provincial education boards want to appear in optional papers from Sindh. This policy, the source added, only benefits Punjab board students, who could not pass their exams from their respective boards owing to the high standard of education prevailing there.
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