BIEK has banned at least 164 students for appearing in any exam
The Action Committee of Board of Intermediate Education Karachi (BIEK) has banned at least 164 students for appearing in any examinations. The committee found them guilty for using unfair means during and after the annual examinations of 2010.
According to a press release issued on Thursday, committee is also reviewing further cases of use of unfair means.
A candidate has been declare illegible for appearing in any exams from any examination board of Pakistan while five candidates have been barred for appearing in any exams for next three years, the spokesperson also said. Furthermore, 11 students have been disqualified for appearing in any exams till next two years whereas 73 candidates would be able to give their exams after a year, he further said. Meanwhile, 74 students have been asked to re-appear in the exams, he added.
The Chairman, BIEK, Anwar Ahmed Zai said that it was necessary to punish such elements otherwise all attempts made to stop cheating and other unfair mean cases (UMC) during and after exams would fail to produce results.
These punishments were approved by the Board and details regarding these students have been circulated among other educational boards of the country, he also said. Zai added that pictures, personal database and other related information about the students would be uploaded on the Board’s website so that they could not take any advantage.The news