Inter Exam: Lahore runners up on exam-cheating charts

LAHORE, June 7(Daily Times): Seventy-three cheating cases and eight impersonation cases were registered by the eight examination boards of Punjab during the intermediate annual examinations of 2007, which concluded on May 31, of which Lahore had the second highest cheating cases.

An official of the education department said that a report prepared by the department's examination monitoring cell revealed that the Lahore Board registered 16 cases and the highest number of cheating cases was reported by the Faisalabad board, which was 22.

He added that the Bahawalpur Board registered 12 cases, Dera Ghazi Khan Board registered seven cases, Multan Board reported seven cases also, Gujranwala Board declared four cases, Sargodha Board also registered four cases and Rawalpindi Board registered one case.

He said the Gujranwala Board had four exam impersonation cases, which was the highest amongst all boards.

The Lahore, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad and Bahawalpur boards each reported one case of impersonation. Muhammad Akram Chaudhary, the examination monitoring cell organiser, confirmed the 73 cheating and eight exam impersonation cases in Punjab.

Earlier during the matriculation exams, Lahore topped the cheating charts out of the 119 cheating cases and 16 impersonations registered throughout Punjab.



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