Cheat­ing in ex­am­i­na­tion

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - DANIA ZA­HEER

Cheat­ing in ex­am­i­na­tion is a curse and is very com­mon in our coun­try. But it is more ram­pant in KPK, Balochis­tan and Sindh. Stu­dents, par­ents and teach­ers all are in­volved in this un­eth­i­cal and im­moral act of cheat­ing. Teach­ers ac­cept bribes from stu­dents and they al­low them to use all un­fair means un­in­ter­rupt­edly. Par­ents give a lot of money to their chil­dren for brib­ing teach­ers. Stu­dents nor­mally don’t work hard and don’t com­plete their study on time.

It is ex­tremely nec­es­sary for Fed­eral as well as the Pro­vin­cial gov­ern­ments to take proper ac­tion and stop the men­ace of cheat­ing in ex­am­i­na­tions. Teach­ers must avoid this prac­tice and stu­dents bet­ter fo­cus on their stud­ies rather than giv­ing bribes to pass ex­am­i­na­tions. —Karachi

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