Beware of copying in the UP board exam! Action will be taken under Rasuka if caught

State Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra held a meeting with all the Divisional Commissioners, Police Commissioners, District Magistrates and Senior Superintendents of Police on Tuesday.

Chief Secretary Durga Shankar Mishra on Tuesday held a meeting with all the Divisional Commissioners, Police Commissioners, District Magistrates and Senior Superintendents of Police of the state through video conferencing for the successful completion of the board examination of the year 2022. Mishra specially directed the district magistrates that zonal and sector magistrates should be deputed in the districts to conduct the examination without copying, who should regularly inspect and supervise the examination centres during the examination period.


Instructions to take special care on rumour-mongers

According to the official statement issued on Tuesday, Mishra was also directed to take immediate action under Rasuka against those who organized copying and said that special attention should be paid to those spreading rumours and strict action should be taken against them too. The Chief Secretary said that even before the arrival of question papers by the district administration, necessary police arrangements should be ensured for the security of the question papers. He was instructed to keep all the question papers in safe places in police custody at the district headquarters.


“Adequate Armed Security Forces Available”

He said that the district administration should ensure that adequate armed security forces are available at all the examination centres during the examination period. With the instructions of all necessary facilities and chalked out arrangements, the Chief Secretary has expected all the District Magistrates and Police Officers to inspect the examination centres themselves. Additional Chief Secretary Secondary Education Aradhana Shukla said that 51,92,689 candidates will appear for the examination at 8,373 examination centres in the state and arrangements have been made to keep the question papers in a cupboard with double locks.