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BSEK Chairman Explains Matric Paper Leak Controversy


The Chairperson of the Board of Secondary Training Karachi (BSEK), Syed Sharaf Ali Shah, suspects foul play within the leaking of the Physics query paper of the Matriculation board examination on social media simply minutes after the candidates had acquired it contained in the examination facilities.

Shah had appeared on the Geo Information program Aaj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Saath on Monday and claimed that he suspected the involvement of the Central Management Officers (CCOs) within the incident.


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The chairperson stated it was the first duty of the CCOs to distribute the examination query papers on the examination facilities, and revealed that the delay within the distribution had been due to the CCO’s failure to reach on time on the hub to gather the query papers. Subsequently, the board’s workers then needed to ship the papers to the facilities.

Each the scholars and their mother and father had been irked by the late graduation of the examination.

Shah opined that the CCOs appeared to have been concerned within the conspiracy, and added that that they had been relieved of their duties.

“They are going to not be performing this responsibility. The CCO’s orders have been canceled. Now, the superintendents will gather papers from the hubs and ship them to the examination facilities,” he stated.


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The Chairperson revealed that the board has additionally elevated the variety of hubs from 11 to 18 to make sure punctuality within the supply of the papers from now onwards.

“The paper was leaked as a result of administrative irregularities, we are going to create a mechanism to forestall papers from leaking sooner or later,” he added.

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