Papers of 12 out of the 15 examinations held so far in Madhya Pradesh have been leaked online.


This time in Madhya Pradesh, the board exams have become a joke for the students.

Papers of 10th-12th are being leaked 50 minutes before the exam.

The leaked papers are also being sold online for Rs.299.

Around 20 lakh students appear for class 10 and 12 board exams in the state.

Incidents of paper leak have discouraged the students who have worked hard to achieve their ambitions.

According to the report, out of the 15 examinations held so far, the papers of 12 have been leaked online. 

However, the state government has rejected the allegations of paper leak.

But 35 people, including teachers and non-teaching staff, have been arrested so far for alleged rigging of question papers.

Even though the Board of Secondary Education has been evading this matter by calling it a rumour.

The big question is whether the Board of Secondary Education will conduct the board exam again.

If the paper is not done, then the students who give the exam after reading the leaked paper will not only pass, but they will also become toppers.

In such a situation, the loss and discouragement of the students studying hard is certain.

There is disappointment among the students due to the news of paper leak.

Rudra Soni, a Class 12 student of a government school in Bhopal, said, "We have been working very hard. But who will be responsible if our marks fall short?"

At the same time, another student Kartikeya Singh said, "We study throughout the year. The board should ensure the security of the question papers. Such leaks demoralize the students."

Last week, the English paper of class 12 students in a government school in Dhar was leaked.

The district administration intervened in the matter and the teachers, school clerk were arrested.

Collector Priyank Mishra said, "We went to Girls High School Nalcha and found out the question paper being circulated on social media. It matched with the question paper scanned from this centre."

On Monday, the Physics paper of Class 12 students was leaked in a government school in Damoh.

District Collector S Krishna Chaitanya intervened and the peon of the school was arrested.

The next day, the Class 12 maths paper at St. Xavier's School in Umaria was leaked and 5 people were arrested.

The subjects whose question papers were leaked include Hindi, English, Biology, Physics and Mathematics.

A paper for Class 10 students purportedly shared on social media shortly before the exam scheduled for March 1.

On March 11, the Class 10 Mathematics paper went viral 21 minutes before the exam began.

Three days later, the Class 10 Sanskrit paper was being shared on social media 50 minutes before the exam.

School Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar has denied the allegations of paper leak.

He said, "We have examined the question papers that have gone viral. They are fake. This is being done to mislead the children. Our department has given an application to the crime branch and action has been initiated. Going to track down everyone who is involved in this paper leak. If anyone from our department or outside is found guilty, we will take strict action."

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