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In a bid to stop mass cheating during board exam, Uttar Pradesh government
is all set to install CCTV cameras
in all government schools across the state.
“Beginning next academic session, all examinations will be conducted under the watch of cameras. Buildings or premises that do not have cameras will not be made examination centres,” chief secretary Rajive Kumar told Hindustan Times.
He reiterated that CCTV cameras should be installed at all the examination centres by December 2017.
The decision comes following mass cheating reports during UP Board Exam 2017.
While the class X English exam was cancelled this year, the question paper was reportedly circulated via Whatsaap.
UP CM had instructed police officials to book private teachers who force students to take tuition.
Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (UPBSE)
has sent a proposal to the government to widen existing yoga syllabus.
CCTV cameras should be installed at all the examination centres by December 2017.
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