Kolkata News: of West Bengal Higher Secondary saturday exam question paper during exam social media But went viral. There was a lot of ruckus about this. Although higher secondary board has made it clear that the question papers of the examination have not been leaked, but some mischievous elements have question paper Has been made viral on social media. There was a biology exam of higher secondary on Saturday. About two and a half hours after the commencement of the examination, two pages of the question paper started going viral on WhatsApp. After that the board has ordered an inquiry.
It may be noted that this year the number of candidates appearing for Higher Secondary Examination is around 8.5 lakh. The number of examination centers is 2 thousand 349. Keeping in view the security of the examination, various arrangements have been made this time.
Higher Secondary Board said – no question paper leaked
Chiranjib Bhattacharya, chairman of the West Bengal Board of Higher Secondary, said that about two and a half hours after the commencement of the examination, the question papers started going viral on social media. He said that there is no question of question paper being leaked, as it is possible that a student may have left the examination hall earlier. He may have put the question paper on social media to do mischief. The exam was almost about to end. In such a situation, it cannot be called question paper leak. Let us inform that on Tuesday before this there was the examination of the first language of Higher Secondary. On this day, questions were also raised regarding a question of Bangla language. Was asked to write an essay on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. A lot of confusion had arisen regarding it. Later the Council of Higher Secondary Education had accepted the mistake. He had said that this mistake was unintentional. Parliament has claimed that it is a 'printing mistake'.
The board ordered an inquiry on the allegation of question paper leak
Let us tell you that in West Bengal, the issue of corruption has cropped up repeatedly in the recruitments in the education department. In such a situation, the Higher Secondary Board does not want to leave any stone unturned regarding the examination. Keeping in mind the security, CCTVs are installed in all the schools. The examination may be canceled if the candidate is caught with the mobile phone. This is the first time that RFD or Radio Frequency Detector is being used in Higher Secondary Examinations. Now that the news of the question paper being leaked on social media has come, the board says that it will investigate and submit its report to the government. Please tell that the higher secondary examination in Bengal has started from March 14.
Input-based on PTI