Flying squads catch 69 cases during ongoing Board exams

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Chandigarh, Sep 13 (UNI) The Flying Squads of Haryana Board of School Education has caught 69 cases, including a supervisor, for using unfair means during the ongoing examinations of the Board.

A spokesman of the Board said that one supervisor who was involved in allowing copying in the examination had been relieved from examination duty in Sirsa district.

He said that the flying squads conducted raids and inspected the examination centres of Nuh of Mewat district and Sohna of Gurgaon district and caught 15 cases of unfair means.

A case of impersonation was caught at Naraingarh examination centre of Ambala district where one person was found giving examination of some other student.

He said that 54 cases of unfair means were caught by the Flying Squads today and one supervisor Harminder Singh, Observer at examination centre-6, Mandi Dabwali was relieved of duty by the Special Task Force-2 for his alleged involvement in the copying.


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