The mathematics question paper leaked was shared on social media before the official start on Thursday after the abuse and discontinuation of the annual secondary certificate (SSC) exam in Karachi.
In Sindh continues the leak of the exam questionnaires, despite the safety guarantees of the Karachi Secondary Education Council (BSEC).
The review should start at 9.30. In the province, but the questionnaire was accessible online 30 minutes earlier. There was a breach of transparency when the Council promised to improve security procedures and the dissemination of documents.
Mathematics Question Paper Leaked Class 9th for Board Exams:
Candidates and test-takers use free cell phones, and many messaging apps in Laocarca have leaked and shared the biological question. This is the third day of escape in the province. After Tuesday and Wednesday in the questionnaires on physics and mathematics in class 10.
- Under the new restrictions, test Centres are now no-go zones and can only be entered by people with cards and entry duties.
- The provincial government saw the mismanagement and called the BSEK verification exam. Following mismanagement and disruption during the 2021 annual matriculation exam, the auditor provided consultant Nisar Khuhro with corrective action.
The Leaked Questionnaire Went Viral on Social Media:
According to details, the leaked questionnaire went viral on social media before the exam began. As the incident revealed gaps in the management of the Governing Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education.
- It is worth noting that 2021 course exams for elective courses across Sindh started on Monday. Sharaf Ali Shah said that the main responsibility of the CCOs is to distribute the documents to the testing centers.
- The CCOs didn’t come to the center to pick up the exams, said the president of the matrics board.
- Now the superintendents will pick up the papers from the centers and deliver them to the examination centres, he said.
- Shah had said the board had also increased the number of centers from 11 to 18 to ensure on-time delivery of documents from now on.