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Two held for trying to leak Inter question paper

SANGAREDDY: Two lecturers were arrested and two others suspended for trying to leak Mathematics paper in the ongoing first year Intermediate exams on Wednesday. The police averted the question

Published: 08th March 2012 02:33 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:31 PM   |  A+A-

SANGAREDDY: Two lecturers were arrested and two others suspended for trying to leak Mathematics paper in the ongoing first year Intermediate exams on Wednesday. The police averted the question paper leakage by responding swiftly and arresting the lecturers immediately. Two lecturers - Mastan Vali and Siva Kumar - who are working at Sneha Junior College in Ramayampet, have been deployed as invigilators for the the Inter examination in the same college. On Wednesday, the examination centre chief superintendent R Bhaskar Rao collected the question papers from the local police station in the morning and handed it over to the departmental officers for distribution to invigilators. However, the departmental officers handed over the question papers to invigilators about 30 minutes before the commencement of the examination which was scheduled to begin at 8 am. Taking advantage of the situation, Mastan Vali and Siva Kumar went into another room and opened the seal of cover ahead of the scheduled time. They tried to leak the questions to outside persons using cell phones. However, the police learnt about this and took the lecturers into custody apart from seizing the question papers. Both the lecturers, along with two departmental officers R Bhaskar Rao and Khaleel Ahemed, were suspended. Intermediate regional coordinator S Venkataiah told TNIE that an inquiry has been ordered into the incident and action will be initiated based on the inquiry report. However, the examination was conducted as usual in the centre.



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