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Morning shift exam cancelled at Banthra

DISTRICT MAGISTRATE RN Tripathi on Saturday ordered cancellation of the morning shift examination of UP Board at Lala Ram Swaroop Sikshan Sansthan, Banthra, following recovery of a large-scale copying material from that centre. Later, the copying material was set on fire. Tripathi took the DIOS Vikas Srivastava to task for various irregularities which were witnessed at various examination centres.

india Updated: Mar 19, 2006 01:17 IST

DISTRICT MAGISTRATE RN Tripathi on Saturday ordered cancellation of the morning shift examination of UP Board at Lala Ram Swaroop Sikshan Sansthan, Banthra, following recovery of a large-scale copying material from that centre. Later, the copying material was set on fire. Tripathi took the DIOS Vikas Srivastava to task for various irregularities which were witnessed at various examination centres.

Tripathi who inspected several examination centers was shocked to see copying material being thrown by the examinees at Lala Ram Swaroop Sikshan Sansthan, Banthra.

The district magistrate then asked the associate DIOS to recommend for the cancellation of the morning shift examination at this centre. However, the centre was not debarred as a decision in this regard would have caused inconvenience to the examinees owing absence of another school building in the area.

The district magistrate, who was extremely unhappy about the state of affair in the school, reiterated that he would not allow copying in that centre and issued instructions to the officials to supervise the examination properly. He said if need be, the school would be provided with more staff. A few days back, a flying squad held 20 copycats from this school.

After this, he reached Sarwangirn Inter College, Krishna Nagar and checked some copies. But when Tripathi he reached Technical High School, Vijay Nagar.

He lost his cool. He made some changes in the sitting plan so that students would not be able to copy. Tripathi, however, lost his cool when he came to know that this school was made centre for another school at Charbagh. He rang up the DIOS Vikas Srivastava and snubbed him for various irregularities during the examination. He asked how could Technical High School at Vijay Nagar become centre for a school that is situated at Charbagh. It was learnt that the district magistrate sought a clarification from DIOS on the various irregularities.