Govt Has Decided to Fail Students Involved in Making TikTok Videos:
Ismail Rahoo, the Provincial Minister for Universities and Boards, has expressed his disappointment with the boards’ inability to address cheating during board exams in the province. He has instructed board chairpersons and controllers to implement stricter measures against students involved in such misconduct.
To address the issue, the minister has decided to penalize matriculation students from Hyderabad who were found recording TikTok videos during exams. He has also directed other boards in the province to adopt similar measures.
In addition, the Sindh government has instructed chairpersons to deploy female vigilance teams to exam centers. The government emphasized the need for increased vigilance at all centers, with a particular focus on ensuring the presence of female teams at girls’ exam centers.
Furthermore, the minister highlighted the importance of taking action against students who attempt to smuggle mobile phones into exam centers. He concluded by stressing the utmost importance of strictly enforcing the rules and regulations at all exam venues.
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