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Ghantaghar tense over leakage of Social Study’s question paper


29 March 2019  

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BIRGUNJ: Ghantaghar area in Birgunj remained tense with students chanting slogans in protest of the earlier disclosure of social studies question paper of SEE examination beginning today.

The Examination Control Office of the State-2 held an emergency meeting after the question paper went viral through social media. The Board took the decision to cancel the examination of the social studies scheduled for Friday after it was confirmed that question paper was ‘out’ prior to the examination.

However, students have staged demonstration against the Board’s decision to cancel today’s examination. Agitating students are still chanting slogans against the decision before the District Administration Office, Parsa.

Students have vandalized the sign board reading ‘Educate daughters; protect daughters’ installed by the State-2 government at Ghantaghar in Birgunj. Irate crowd also pulled down a traffic beat equipped with solar lamp and traffic signs at Ghantaghar. In addition, the mob has enforced arbitrary shutdown in Birgunj Bazaar.

Chetnath Sharma, deputy examination controller of the office, informed that SEE’s Friday examination was cancelled in the State-2 following the conformation of question out. —

Publish Date : 29 March 2019 10:50 AM

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