"Maybe towards the closing stage, we'll be in Ludhiana." In Gurdaspur district, a 100-cars awareness rally is planned but the date is not decided yet. "Maybe in October," said Shukla.
In Tarn Taran, the anti-cheating campaign opened with 100 students participating in a march on Tuesday morning, holding placards with anti-cheating slogans written over. In a seminar later, 300 principals and teachers from various schools heard two resource people speak on the subject. Students received prizes for winning slogans and posters after a district-level competition on the theme. An exhibition of the posters was also organised.
"Ludhiana is a central place, so we want to conclude the campaign there," said board chairperson Tejinder Kaur Dhaliwal. "The aim is to stop mass coping during board examinations in all districts. A few cases were reported last time, so we hope the campaign makes an impact," she added.