Minister for action against cheating mafia
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.