Karachi, April 03, 2015 (PPI-OT): Secretary to Chief Minister Sindh for Universities and Boards Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah has directed all the chairmen of Educational Boards of province to make effective arrangements for the smooth conduct of Secondary School Certificate (SSC Part I and II) and Higher Secondary School certificate (HSC Part I and II) examinations which are to be commenced from 7th April and 28th April respectively.
He directed all chairmen to constitute vigilance teams for the elimination of copy culture, impersonation and other unfair means during the annual examinations. He also directed them to make fool proof security arrangements for the peaceful conduct of annual examinations with the coordination of district administration, police and rangers officers. He asked them to identify sensitive examinations centres and beef up security measures on these examinations centres so that candidates could appear in examinations without any fear in peaceful and conducive atmosphere.
He issued these directives while presiding over a high level meeting to review the arrangements of forth coming annual examinations across the province along with Coordinator to Chief Minister Sindh for Education Boards Eng. Nazir Ahmed Chakrani.
The meeting was attended by Chairman BISE Hyderabad and Larkana Mr. Dawood Memon, Chairman Karachi and Mirpurkhas Education Board for SSC Mr. Fasihuddin, Chairman Intermediate Board Karachi Mr. Anwar Zai, Chairman Sukkur Board Mr. Ghulam Mujtaba Shah, other officers of CM Secretariat including Mr. Muhammad Farooq Bugti also attended meeting. All Chairmen of Education Boards briefed the meeting about the preparedness of upcoming annual examinations.
Secretary Boards Syed Mumtaz Shah directed the Chairmen to discourage the copy culture and other unfair means at all levels and make sure that the results of the examinations are announced at proper time so that students should not suffer. He stressed all the stakeholders to cooperate in this regard and instructed them that no unfair means be allowed during the examinations.
He said that examinations must be carried out in such a way that no injustice be made to deserving students and measures be taken to improve the process of examinations which should be flawless. He also sought the suggestions from all the chairmen of Education boards for improvement in assessment, examination and schooling of the students.
He also constituted a vigilance team to supervise the whole examination process by randomly visiting the exam centres. Team will be headed by Coordination to CM Sindh for Education Boards Eng. Nazir Ahmad Chakrani, while Mr Farooque Bugti of CM Secretariat and other officers will be members. The constituted team will visit and monitor centres all over Sindh starting from Larkana division on 7th April.
For more information, contact:
Mr. Allah Bachayo Memon
Chief Minister House
Cell: +92-300-3524057 (Ext: 336)