New Delhi: In 2015, Bihar was internationally shamed for its examination system as a photo of an examination centre with boys hanging outside each window, supplying chits to examinees sitting inside was published in national media. Over a hundred were arrested after that incident. But little changed after that. If not Bihar, then it’s Maharashtra this time. Also Read - Centres in Northeast Delhi Record 98.33% Attendance For Class XII Board Exam: CBSE
A viral video shows a Zila Parishad School in Mahagaon in Yavatman district where the matriculation examination is being held. The boundary wall is so low that it won’t require a braveheart to scale it. There are barbed wires on the wall, but that’s not for determined chit suppliers who can be seen negotiating their way from the wall to the window of the rooms with ease. Also Read - CBSE Releases Rap Song 'Exam Anthem' to Help Students Overcome Stress | Here's Direct Link
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What’s surprising is that there’s an explanation. In 2015’s Bihar case too, there were police personnel standing outside the centre, who decided to look the other side. Here
Exam centre controller AS Chaudhary has said that the boundary wall in not yer complete. So, the assistance of the police has been sought. “We have repeatedly contacted them over phone. We are committed to holding fair examinations,” the controller said to ANI.