City commissioner high alert to prevent cheating

Karachi:10 May: Commissioner Karachi Eijaz Ahmed Khan asserted that the entire city administration had been put on high alert to prevent cheating during the ongoing matric and intermediate examinations.

He said that deputy commissioners and mukhtiarkars have all been directed to keep a look out for elements involved in cheating at examination centres; the officials, he added, would remain at the centres till all examinations have ended.

This, he observed, during a meeting held with deputy commissioners to have the Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah’s directives with respect to putting an end to cheating, implemented.

Murad had given the orders after his visit to the Government Commerce and Economic College and other exams centres along with the Additional IG Karachi.

Khan said those using unfair means to clear their papers are belittling the untiring efforts of intelligent students who study for their exams day in and day out.

During his visit to various centres, he directed both the academic and non-academic staff to not let anyone use mobile phones inside the examination centres.

While speaking to parents of students standing outside the examination centres, he urged them to ensure their children do not carry mobile phones to the centres if they wish for a better future for them (children).

He also briefed everyone present about the process of registering a complaint against cheating.The news.