A year after the Bihar cheating saga, another shocking incident has entailed in Uttar Pradesh, where the students are caught fearlessly cheating during the ongoing Uttar Pradesh Board examinations.
The disturbing event is reportedly a from a school in Balia district of Uttar Pradesh, where the students can be seen involved in mass cheating during class 10th Mathematics exam.
The pictures clearly show the students, both boys and girls, assembled in groups and freely cheating during the exam without a trace of the Board invigilators or the school authority in the scene.
Already facing heat for not having enough invigilators for conducting hitch-free board exams this year, this development only adds to the agony which is most likely to be unattained by the officials at UP Board.
As per recent reports, the board has allotted 4,800 invigilators in 149 centres across the state. Out of these 149 centres, 11 have been identified as sensitive due to the risk of the students using unfair means to score good grades.
Also reported in NewsX earlier, the Uttar Pradesh Board of High School and Intermediate Education has not updated its website since May 2015.
The pictures of the mass cheating during class 10 maths exam that happened on Thursday has gone viral.
The district authorities or the school administration is yet to comment on the cheating incident.
Over 26 lakh class 12 students and over 34 lakh class 10 students are appearing for the Board exams, looked after by the Board of High School and Intermediate Education Uttar Pradesh.
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