The question paper for the computer studies class that students take in the ninth grade was allegedly leaked on social media about 15 minutes before the exam was scheduled to begin on Tuesday in Karachi. The Science Group exam was slated to begin at 9:30 a.m., but the questionnaire was published online at 9:15 am before it was supposed to commence.
In spite of all of the grand claims, the Sindh Education administration appears to be incapable of managing the ongoing leaking of the papers and cheating that occurs throughout examinations across all of Sindh’s boards.
The Computer studies paper was slated to begin at 9:30 am in Karachi, but the questionnaire was leaked online at 9:15 am before it was supposed to commence.
Just prior to the beginning of the exam in Sukkur and Nawabshah, the examination papers for English, Urdu, and Sindh were also stolen in the same manner.
The Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) reports that more than 360,000 pupils have registered for the exam that will begin today for students in the ninth and tenth grades. Throughout the preparation for this exam, 448 exam centers have been created in the 18 municipalities that make up Karachi.
Within the 285 private schools and 163 public schools, there are a total of 253 examination centers devoted to male students and 195 examination centers devoted to female students. Additionally, 16 examination centers have been designated as sensitive centers.
In addition, BSEK sent a letter to K-Electric requesting that they refrain from engaging in load shedding in the areas surrounding the examination centers.