Maharashtra Board 2020 Exam Centre’s Last Minute Matter Action Against Board Officials

Strict Action Against Maharashtra Board Officials Who Change Exam Centre’s Last Minute: Minister

Maharashtra: strict action will be taken against HSC and SSC board officials who changed the exam center’s last minute.

New Delhi: a minister of school education vinod tawde, Maharashtra has informed that council has taken a decision to take some serious action against the SSC AND HSC board officials who have changed the exam centers on a last minute, and were failed to sort out this problem.

It is cause of inconvenience for students who came to give exam but were unaware or changing of their exam centers. There was a news of paper leak in Maharashtra before starting of examination. As well as there were also news of paper cheating during examination. This is all because of poor management by board centers.

Vinod tawde said that, strict actions will be taken against teaching and non-teaching staff who were involved in paper leak matter, he also said that government will direct the board to print 25000 sets of paper which will be specific for exam centers in which paper leak issue has happened.

Another saying by him was that “government will also take some serious action against cheating in examination centers of HSC and SSC.

He said serious actions will also be taken against board official s who have changed the examination centers on a last minute. Due to it students have faced some serious issues because they were unaware of changing of examination centers.

This matter of cheating during examination was occurred because of competition and race of being above from others to compete different challenges which life gives to us.

Paper leak is a serious threat to the future of students. There is a need to take some serious actions against all teaching, non-teaching staff, as well as everyone who is a part of it. Our education system is on some serious treats so there is a need to take some serious action to not to let such type of issues happen again.


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