‘Mass copying’ in Class 10th exams in Handwara school

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KUPWARA — Scores of youth were on Wednesday seen peeping through windows passing exam relevant material to the students of Class 10th who were appearing in bi-annual exams at Government Higher Secondary School Handwara of north Kashmir’s Kupwara district.

The companies of those appearing in today’s bi-annual examination were seen climbing the walls and windows to pass over the question paper relevant material to the students appearing in exams here in the Handwara school, reports said.

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“Some influential students were allowed to sit in separate rooms who were later helped by the outsiders or by the on-duty teachers,” an eye-witness said, adding that it’s not for the first time that some influential students were allowed to mass copy but it has happened here from time and time again.

“Today it was Centre number 510 and 511 at Boys Higher Secondary School Handwara, it should stop because it would result in worse affect to someone’s career,” witnesses said.

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“We have received a complaint in this regard. I have sent Deputy CEO on spot to collect the details. Accordingly, will see what needs to be done,” CEO Kupwara Shafi Nabi War said.

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