03-24-2015, 04:51 PM
After cheating incident was captured live on camera, more than 300 students have been arrested and 750 students have been expelled in Bihar. Despite distributed faculties, invigilators and security guards, class 10 students were seen copying from notes and authorities do not seem to react in any way. Open cheating traveled many questions about the administration and government.
Nitish Kumar, Chief Minister of Bihar took to Facebook to explain the situation and said, "pictures do not tell the whole truth. Some pictures of students cheating undermine not the talents of students in the state. I want to tell parents, teachers and guardians of students that they do a disservice to the state of such actions. The certificate that you receive via such malpractices will not help you in the long term. "
While the government and the state administration has been embarrassed by the situation, Education, State believes PK Shahi that it is not the responsibility of government. He said, "It would be difficult to conduct fair exam without the help of parents, given the potential number of people involved. Three to four people to help an individual student would mean that there are a total of six to seven million people students cheat, it is the responsibility the government alone to manage such a large number of people and to implement a 100 percent free and fair examination? "
For now, the board exam in four centers are disrupted and the government look into the matter.