Min­is­ter for ac­tion against cheat­ing mafia

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL - Staff Re­porter

PE­SHAWAR— The Khy­ber Pakhtunkhwa Care­taker Min­is­ter for In­for­ma­tion, Ed­u­ca­tion and So­cial Wel­fare, Mos­sarat Qadeem has called upon the chair­men of all the Boards of In­ter­me­di­ate and Sec­ondary Ed­u­ca­tion of Khy­ber Pakhtunkhwa to work out a vi­able strat­egy for re­vamp­ing and stream­lin­ing of af­fairs of their re­spec­tive boards and mak­ing the exam sys­tem in line with the in­ter­na­tional stan­dard so as to com­pete the devel­oped world ef­fec­tively. This, she said, while chair­ing a meet­ing of the Chair­men of all the Boards of In­ter­me­di­ate and Sec­ondary Ed­u­ca­tion (BISE) at Pe­shawar. Sec­re­tary Ele­men­tary and Sec­ondary Ed­u­ca­tion Hu­mayyun Khan and Spe­cial Sec­re­tary Mus­sarat Hus­sain also at­tended the meet­ing. The Chair­men in­formed the min­is­ter of the is­sues and prob­lems of the boards in de­tail. The Ed­u­ca­tion Min­is­ter said that af­ter as­sum­ing the charge of the of­fice, she was con­stantly re­ceiv­ing com­plaints against the ed­u­ca­tional boards and its poor pa­per mark­ing sys­tem. She asked them to ini­ti­ate ac­tion against those el­e­ments who were earn­ing bad name for the boards. She added that erad­i­ca­tion of cheat­ing and mafia in ex­ams was a chal­leng­ing task for them and they should come out against it force­fully. She con­tin­ued, in­stead of tra­di­tional and man­ual way of ex­ams, they should fo­cus on on­line exam sys­tem and in­tro­duced MCQs sys­tem like AETA.

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