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Students caught indulging in malpractices during open school exams

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BOMDILA, 27 NOV 

 

Many educational institutions across the state that are conducting National Institute of Open School (NIOS) examinations are finding that students are indulging in malpractice.

 

PoklingTayeng, principal, Government Higher Secondary School, Bomdila, said that few students appearing for open school examinations on November 25 last were caught cheating in the exam.

 

Earlier, Bomdila GHSS as one of the examination centres of NIOS for class X and XII was cancelled on the ground of mass malpractice in an order issued by the director of NIOS, Guwahati.

 

Later, the principal, wrote to NIOS director to resume the examination centre for the convenience of those who could not continue their formal studies.

 

He appealed to the students not to cheat in the examinations and cooperate with the authority and centre superintendent, adding that “open examination does not mean to openly cheat to pass the examination.”

 

He, however, warned of cancelling the examination centre if the situation remains the same.

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