KARACHI: The Sindh authorities took sturdy discover of the mismanagement throughout the matric exams in Karachi and summoned the controller examination for an evidence, Geo Information reported Tuesday.
The TV report mentioned that Adviser Universities and Boards Nisar Ahmed Khuhro expressed anger over the controversies surrounding a leak of the physics paper and delay in examination with Controller Examination Mohammad Shaiq. The adviser summoned the board official after the chaos throughout the Physics paper examination on Monday.
The query paper was leaked on social media and was accessible outdoors examination centres inside minutes of the examination beginning at 9:30am.
Khoro requested the controller to elucidate what went incorrect as dad and mom and college students needed to endure stress resulting from delays within the paper. A number of examination centres in Karachi needed to look forward to hours earlier than they have been supplied with the questionnaire.
The adviser reprimanded the controller and requested in regards to the future plan of action for these whose who missed the primary paper.
In response, Shaiq held the central management officers (CCOs) accountable for the debacle. “We will take steps to improve the situation after an investigation,” Shaiq instructed Khoro.
BSEK chief sees conspiracy
On Monday, the matric board chief suspected that the central management officers (CCOs) had a hand within the controversy surrounding the paper leak and delay within the supply of the questionnaire.
Talking to Geo Information anchor Shahzeb Khanzada on his programme Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Saath Monday, the Chairperson of the Board of Secondary Training Karachi (BSEK) Syed Sharaf Ali Shah mentioned it was the first duty of CCOs to distribute the papers to the examination centres.
“The CCOs did not arrive (at the hub) to collect exam papers,” mentioned the matric board chairperson. “The delay was caused when the board’s staff, due to the CCOs absence, delivered the papers to the examination centres,” he added.
Shah mentioned it appeared as if the CCOs have been concerned within the conspiracy, including that they are going to now not be performing this responsibility.
“The CCOs orders have been cancelled. Now, the superintendents will collect papers from the hubs and deliver them to the exam centres,” he added.
Shah mentioned the board has additionally elevated the variety of hubs from 11 to 18 to make sure well timed supply of the papers to any extent further.
“The paper was leaked due to administrative irregularities,” he mentioned. “We will create a mechanism to prevent papers from leaking in the future,” he mentioned.