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Two exam centres indulge in mass copying

Amritsar, March 5
Two centres were found to be involved in mass copying during the final examinations of class XII of the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) here today. Acting firmly against the centres, district education officials recommended the cancellation of papers at these centres and detained three students at one of the centres involved in copying.

The PSEB today took examinations of history in the humanities group, physics in science and business statistics in commerce.

District Education Officer (Secondary) Rasal Singh Malhi said he found mass copying at Pavittar Public School, Jethowal. He alleged that the school administration of the privately run school was non-cooperative.

He said the second case of mass copying was reported by Balwinder Singh, a Board member, at Government Senior Secondary School, Khalchian. He said the Board had been recommended to cancel today's examination at these centres. ó TNS


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