From UP Board Question Paper Leak to Cheating Allegations in CBSE: List of Exams Marred by Irregularities This Year

The exam season has come and with it has come cheating. During this academic year, there have been many cases of cheating, not only in board exams but also in university admission and recruitment exams. Here is a list of some of the test fraud cases during the last academic year.

UP boards cheating

The latest on the list is the English paper cheating in class 12 in the Uttar Pradesh Board exam. The test, which was on Wednesday, was suspended in 24 districts in the state after one of the two sets of questionnaires leaked. According to reports, 17 people, including the school inspector (Ballia) Brijesh Mishra and a state schoolteacher, identified as Ajit Ojha, have been arrested in the case.

Haryana Class 10 Cheat Case

In another recent case, relatives of the graduates used Bluetooth devices and paper snaps to help the candidate cheat on the test. Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) graduation for class 10 began on Thursday. More than 3.64 lakh students appeared in the social science test at 1,457 degree centers across the state. According to the media report, friends and relatives of many students were found throwing answer fraud sheets into the graduation center’s premises by climbing the boundary walls of schools in many places in the state. In some places, relatives were found helping their children using Bluetooth devices, the Hindustan Times reported.

Matte paper leak

Second on the list is Bihar’s Class 10 Maths paper leak. The board had to cancel the class 10 math test in 2022, which was planned for 17 February. The leak came after a large part of the students had claimed that the questionnaire was circulating on social media before the magazine started at 25 degree centers. It was held later on March 24 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. Due to this, there was a major delay in the declaration of BSEB cadastral results in 2022.

CBSE term 1 exam cheat

This year CBSE term 1 board exam is alleged to have been disrupted by malpractice. A CBSE Schools Management Association (CSMA) claims that many schools shared the questionnaire with students before the test. Because students were asked to come to the test from their own schools, CSMA claimed that many teachers helped students with answers. In a letter to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), an association in Tamil Nadu, CSMA said that teachers provide students with the answer keys, in addition to leaking questions through the Local Area Network and WhatsApp. The letter also calls on the board to abolish the CBSE term 1 degree.

Policy recruitment prov

The test errors are not only limited to school students, this year during Recruitment test for the police in Mumbai there were reports of alleged malpractice in questionnaires. The recruitment campaign for 1,076 posts as constables for the Mumbai police began in November. Over 1.09 candidates appeared for the written test of them. The top 10,760 candidates were called to the ground test. According to reports, several dummy candidates had appeared during the test. The police have from now on registered a crime against two people for having committed misconduct during the police recruitment test. One of the accused had acted as a dummy candidate on behalf of the other accused when he appeared for the written exam, police said, according to reports from the Free Press Journal.

Cheating on the recruitment exam in the Gujarat Forest Guard

The reports for the sample paper leak came in the state forest ranger survey conducted by Gujarat University on behalf of the state forest department on Sunday. So far, the police have detained eight people, three of whom were investigated.

MPTET paper leak

Last month, another paper leak was in the news headlines after reports came out of the alleged paper leak in the Madhya Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test (MPTET) on March 25. The accusation has been made by a candidate who claimed that the exams were already available phones for some people even before the test. At present, there has been no response from the government, the school education department or the Vocational Examination Board following the statement from the person. It has also been claimed that students who have received low grades have been nominated regardless of merit.

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