Assam board asks district investigation panels to reconsider results and report inconsistencies within 2 days – Times of India

GUWAHATI: The Board of Secondary Education (BSE) has asked the Assam (Sheba) district level inquiry committees to reconsider their submitted results within two days after a scandal erupted in Kamrup district over the rigging of board exam results.

On Tuesday, service secretary Suranjana Senpati said the work of entering the mark by the school was completed as per the timeline. He added that even the district level committees have completed the work of entering these marks and they are going to send them to the board. “After the Kamrup incident, Sheba has directed the district level investigation committees to re-examine the marks,” the commander told the media. Senapati told the media that the process of announcing the results by July 31 is underway.

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A school principal and an education department official were arrested on Sunday on charges of attempting to manipulate board exam results by violating customs under the assessment formula in the absence of a physical board exam. Police raided the office of the Kamarupa Inspector of Schools (IS) last week.

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As board officials said under the assessment formula, many students are likely to get higher marks than their caliber, the official notice warned that the marks given to the examinee must be consistent with the marks obtained by that student in Class IX considering the results of last three years maximum 10%. Variation up to. But investigators say a section of corrupt officials are trying to break the 10% limit.

Kamrup DC Kailash Karthik N said the administration was ensuring that the formalities would be completed soon as per government guidelines.

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There are reports that the process of announcing the results has stalled as the Siba authorities may go for detailed inspection of the signs sent by various schools in the district. A senior board official, however, told TOI that the assessment process could not be stopped even for a day. “We are running out of time. Thousands of students cannot be victims of a single corruption allegation,” the official said.

A record number of students were registered to take part in the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) and Assam High Madrasa (AHM) examinations under the service this year. On the other hand, about two and a half lakh students were supposed to take part in the higher secondary examination. Interestingly, in an attempt at number manipulation, an attempt was made to change the numbers of the tenth graders.

Chief Minister Himanta Bishwa Sarma, who has been the education minister for several years, has also recently admitted that IS offices are involved in unauthorized money transactions. He also warned the district inspectors of the school that strict action would be taken if the sanctity of the examinations was violated. “We have information about such illegal practices and action has been taken in Kamrup district,” Himant said.

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