‘Cheat pupils’ say quit exams over UP govt crackdown

NEW DELHI: The UP govt's coverage of 0 tolerance to cheating within the ongoing state board tests seems to have paid off, deterring lakhs of students who was hoping to sail via by means of different means of cheating.

TOI spoke to a few of these scholars. Class X pupil Nirmal Kumar of Muzaffarnagar mentioned, "A coaching centre... had promised me 100% success by helping me cheat. But since CCTV cameras were set up at all the exam centres, the coaching centre operators backed out and I decided to skip the exams. I hope things aren't this strict next year." Mohd Shoaib of Bijnor, additionally a Class X pupil, added, "I took the first exam, but found it to be very difficult. The exams this time are relatively harder and there was no way I could have cheated. I have decided to drop out this year, and work hard for the exams next year."


A pupil of Class XII from Khair, Amit Chaudhary, instructed TOI, "School teachers had taken money to help us clear the exams but later backed out." He alleged the academics didn't educate all of the 12 months but stored assuring scholars of lend a hand to cross the tests.


According to figures given via UP Board officials, over 10 lakh scholars skipped the state board tests within the first 5 days.
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