Students Protest Against NTS Paper Leak in KP

College students Protest In opposition to NTS Paper Leak in KP

Candidates are staging protests in Dir, Battagram, and Bannu in opposition to the alleged leak of a Nationwide Testing Service (NTS) paper on social media.

A number of candidates from Dera Ghazi Khan, Bannu, Nowshera, Dir, and Tank had been taking the exams on Sunday for the posts of major college academics.

The protesting candidates mentioned that the query paper for major college academics’ (PSTs) recruitment in Battagram was circulating on WhatsApp a number of hours earlier than the scheduled take a look at.


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“We noticed snaps and photos of your entire take a look at papers on Fb and Whatsapp,” a candidate showing for the take a look at in Dir mentioned.

A candidate recognized that such leaks are a norm in each NTS take a look at now.

“Paper leak has been reported a number of occasions in latest months forward of any NTS take a look at,” a protestor mentioned, including that the federal government has did not get rid of corruption and mismanagement within the Nationwide Testing Service.

One other candidate revealed that papers of all topics, together with Maths, English, Present Affairs, Islamiyat, and Common Science, had been leaked on WhatsApp, including that college students had been additionally allowed to hold their Cell Telephones contained in the examination halls whereas the invigilators on the heart had been serving to them as nicely.


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One other candidate maintained that solely 25 p.c of the candidates get jobs on benefit by means of the NTS whereas the remaining seats are bought or manipulated, however the authorities persists with NTS.

He questioned the function of presidency authorities, blaming them for ruining the way forward for the youth.

In the meantime, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister, Mahmood Khan, has taken discover of the matter and ordered an investigation into the matter. CM Mahmood mentioned that there’s a ‘zero tolerance’ coverage in opposition to corruption and directed the authorities involved to pick the federal government officers on benefit.

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