IIT Hyderabad To Launch Two New B.Tech. Courses Next Year
Education | Press Trust of India | Wednesday June 14, 2017
No question paper leak of MBBS entrance test, says AIIMS panel New Delhi, Jun 14 (PTI) The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Hyderabad will launch two new courses from the academic year 2017-18 to meet the growing demand of student community and the industry.
No Question Paper Leak In AIIMS MBBS Entrance Test, Result To Be Declared Today, Says Expert Panel
Education | Press Trust of India | Wednesday June 14, 2017
The question paper of the MBBS online entrance examination of the AIIMS was not leaked though some candidates in a particular centre with the help of some officials indulged in cheating, a panel formed to probe how snapshots of the test came out in public has said.
Rajasthan Police Arrest 5 More Persons In Paper Leak Case
India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday April 19, 2017
The Special Operations Group (SOG) of Rajasthan Police has arrested five more persons for their alleged involvement in a question paper leak racket.
SSLC Maths Paper Leak: Kerala Government Orders Vigilance Probe
Education | Edited by Shihabudeen Kunju S | Saturday April 1, 2017
CPI-M led Pinarayi Vijayan government ordered a vigilance probe in to the leakage of class 10 Mathematics question paper for the Secondary School Leaving Certification examination which was conducted on March 20.
Maharashtra HSC Board Exam: Another Class 12 Paper Leak Now
Education | Press Trust of India | Sunday March 5, 2017
A day after the std 12th Marathi question-paper leaked, the Maharashtra HSC board officials today found that the Secretarial Practice paper too began to circulate on social media minutes before the exam yesterday.
Maharashtra Police Books Complaint Against Unidentified Persons In State Board HSC Question Paper Leak Case
Education | Edited by Anisha Singh | Saturday March 4, 2017
Maharashtra Police last night registered complaint against unidentified persons on allegations of Marathi question paper leak during the ongoing Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) exam.
WBBSE Confirms No Question Paper Leak In Madhyamik Examination
Education | Edited by Maitree Baral | Thursday March 2, 2017
West Bengal Board of Secondary Education has denied Physical Science question paper leak in Madhyamik examination.
Bihar Bureaucrats Say Won't Obey Verbal Orders Even From Nitish Kumar
India News | Reported by Manish Kumar, Edited by Anindita Sanyal | Sunday February 26, 2017
The bureaucrats of Bihar have declared that they will not obey any verbal orders from anyone - including Chief Minister NItish Kumar, unless it is in writing. The declaration came at a meeting of the IAS officers' association, held two days after the arrest of a senior official, Sudhir Kumar -- chairman of the Bihar Staff Selection Commission -- in...
Bihar Board Class 12 Examination Begins Amidst Question Paper Leak Allegations
Education | Edited by Shihabudeen Kunju S | Tuesday February 14, 2017
Class 12 Examinations of Bihar Secondary Education Board (BSEB) began today amid the question paper leak allegations today and the board dismissed claims of leak from social media as "false and fake".
EAMCET Paper Leak: One More Held; Total Arrests Go Up To 14
India News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday August 17, 2016
Telangana CID, which is probing the EAMCET-II question paper leak, today arrested one more broker, taking the total number of arrests in connection with the case to 14.
Telangana Sets Fresh Date For Common Entrance Test After Question Paper Leak
Telangana News | Written by Uma Sudhir (with inputs from agencies) | Tuesday August 2, 2016
Telangana Government today announced cancellation of the Engineering, Agriculture and Medical Common Entrance Test (EAMCET-II) examination after the question paper was leaked last week.
Question Paper Leaks: Karnataka To Change Rules For Conduct Of Exams
Karnataka News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday April 12, 2016
Facing flak over Class XII chemistry question paper leaks, Karnataka government today said it is working on changing the rules for conduct of exams.
'Won't Take Exam Again,' Say Bengaluru Students After Second Question Paper Leak
Bangalore News | Agencies | Thursday March 31, 2016
A large number of Class 12 students in Bengaluru are on the streets this morning, protesting and shouting slogans instead of taking their chemistry exam. An exam which has been cancelled for the second time after the question paper was leaked.
Question Paper Leaked on WhatsApp, Uttar Pradesh Government Cancels Civil Services Exam
India News | Reported by Niha Masih, Edited by Shyam Balasubramanian (With inputs from PTI) | Sunday March 29, 2015
The Uttar Pradesh government has cancelled the first paper of the Public Service Commission (UPPSC) preliminary examinations after an exam paper was leaked.
Uttar Pradesh Combined Premedical Test Cancelled After Paper Leak, Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav Orders Probe
Lucknow News | Press Trust of India | Sunday June 22, 2014
Following the cancellation of the Uttar Pradesh Combined Premedical Test over suspected question paper leak, UP Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today asked the state chief secretary to take stern action and constitute a high-level committee for probe.
Question paper leak: Decision on cancelling Tamil Nadu civil services exam yet to be taken
South | Press Trust of India | Monday August 13, 2012
The chairman of Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission would take a final decision on cancelling the TNPSC Group II exam held in Erode yesterday after reported leakage of question papers, in which regard a woman candidate is being questioned, police and revenue officials said.
Horrible week for Karnataka students: Girl made to beg, two dead
Karnataka News | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday March 28, 2012
A father forced his daughter to beg on streets for not studying well, another girl committed suicide as a question paper leak led to an exam being rescheduled and a school-going boy was brutally murdered -the week began on a horrible note for students in Karnataka.
CID probe ordered into question paper leak
Karnataka News | Press Trust of India | Wednesday March 21, 2012
The Karnataka Government ordered a CID probe into the leakage of second year pre-university Mathematics Examination question paper.
CID probe ordered into PUC question paper leak
Karnataka News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday March 20, 2012
The Karnataka Government today ordered a CID probe into the leakage of second year pre-university Mathematics Examination question paper. The government will detect those 'anti-social elements' behind the leakage and punish them, Minister for Primary and Secondary Education Visweshwara Hegde Kageri said in a statement here. The Pre-University Boa...
Four sentenced to life in CBSE question paper leak
India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday November 17, 2011
Four persons have been sentenced to life by a special court here in the sensational CBSE question paper leak case. The Court of Special Judge, Port Blair, Debi Prasad Dey, on Wednesday, sent P. Krishnama Raju, Abdul Rasheed, M.J. Vijayan and Abdul Salam to life imprisonment. Another accused M.P. Arun was acquitted.
AIEEE question papers leaked in UP, test postponed
India News | Press Trust of India | Sunday May 1, 2011
Question papers of the All India Engineering Entrance Examination (AIEEE) were leaked in Uttar Pradesh and reportedly sold for Rs 6 lakh forcing the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to postpone the test taken by over 12 lakh students across the country today by over two hours and provide them with fresh set of questions.Immediately after...
It is education which is the backbone of a nation. It is obvious that the process of examination is essential to identify those people who surpass any particular level of knowledge. But the problem arises when anyone tries to interrupt this system illegally. Leaking out question paper is the reason for which the whole education system can result in zero. As a result, it causes a huge loss for the society and the nation.
Question paper leaking is one of the most common and unwanted topic of nowadays. It has been used as a means of unfair way of being passed in a public examination or to get an admission in the universities or to get a job. Since after the independence, questions papers have been subjected to be leaked out. But it was a very rare case. It has become so frequent nowadays. If there is a public examination in the country, it is heard that the question paper is leaked out. Sometimes, the authority postpones the examination, sometimes the scheduled examination is held with the leaked question paper. More or less, the examinees are the worst sufferer who toil day and night for passing in the examination.
The question paper leak has been very prominent nowadays. This phenomenon is occurring in the Primary School Certificate exam, the Junior School Certificate exam, the Secondary School Certificate exam, the Higher Secondary Certificate exam. The admission test in the public universities is also menaced by this crime. The government recruitment examinations papers are also leaked be some people for their personal interest. The question paper of the medical admission test has recently leaked. This issue is causing a huge protest from the students demanding the cancellation of this exam. In this case, the government is trying to catch the criminals behind this act. But the government is also in a dilemma.
A good number of people are engaged in leaking question papers in Bangladesh. Rather, there has been a syndicate which is very much active in leaking question papers before the exams. Undoubtedly, they have a strong connection with the government officials and the politicians by which they are committing such a crime. This syndicate remains unreachable. The tiny criminals are found. The system which is responsible is still doing their act before the exam.
There is a lack of confidentiality among the organizations and the Bangladesh Government Press. Moreover, the people who have the administrative power are misusing their power for personal interest.
The coaching centres of SSC, JSC, PSC, HSC, university and medical admission coaching centres are accelerating the crime of questions paper leak. The people of some coaching centres are trying to misguide the students unfairly. For that reason, they allure the government officials through the financial and political connections. As a result, they are given the questions pares set before the exams. Moreover, they sell those question papers to their students at a high price.
To leak the question paper is considered as a crime. It is the result of moral degradation. The modern society has been filled with such unfair morals that our young generation is failing to recognize the truth. They cannot be able to differentiate between the right and wrong. Our family teaching and the social ethics are not enough to prevent our children from going astray. They are learning corrupted and unfair ways in the student life. Our trusted educational institutions are teaching them how to gain good marks instead of how to gain good knowledge and education.
The impacts of the leak of question papers us a hindrance for valuing merit. It helps to get a certificate, it assists the inefficient person and deprives the eligible and talented people to get their rightful place in the government recruitment exams. Consequently, the wrong people are given the wrong place. So, it is very simple for them to take the wrong decisions. In this way, our system is responsible for corruption.
The phenomenon of leaking question paper is destroying the students’ creativity. When they find the shortcut way of success, they cannot resist themselves to adopt this way. In this way, the talents of our children are misused and their intelligence is destroyed. The nation is deprived of having a talented and truly educated manpower.
The safety measures and the confidentiality should be maintained Properly. The modern CCTV cameras should be installed in the Bangladesh Governments Press. The staff should not allowed to go out or move for having meal, or prayers. The administrative capability of the press and the concerned organizations must be strengthened. The government should be more concerned and adopt a vast range of preventive measures for fighting the question paper leak.
The civil society and the media can play an immense role in this context. The educationists, the lawyers, the social scientists, the political leaders and people from all walks of life have to come forward to raise their voice against the frequent leaking of question paper. The media can augment social consciousness by publishing editorials, telecasting news and talk shows on this topic. They can also encourage people to fight against this crime and to identify the criminals. Moreover, the family has to breed moral value of honesty among the children in the student life so that they cannot take part in any crime.
In fine, we can say that this crime of leaking question paper is happening most often nowadays. Most of the students are tired of listening the news of question paper leak as the scheduled exam date has to be postponed due to these problems. This unwanted lose of time is causing the session jam in the long run. Though the government is trying heart and soul to minimize the session jam, question leaking is resulting this as a byproduct. Consequently, the students’ valuable time has to be lost. But it is obvious that all the students are not responsible for this crime. Unfortunately, the innocent students and job seekers have to bear the loss. However, this unrighteous act should be stopped immediately.