Private schools found guilty of ‘paper leak’ yet face action

Srinagar, Jul 24: Even as the students are facing the consequence of the deceit and greed of few vested interests, the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (JKBOSE) is yet to take action against the private schools, found guilty of ‘paper leak’, despite identifying them recently.
According to top official in vigilance JKBOSE officials had identified couple of private schools who had indulged in ‘Paper leak’ of class 11th, and they have been questioned.
Pertinently, Prof Veena Pandita, Chairperson of JK BOSE had ordered constitution of an inquiry committee to look into the paper leak case for the investigations.
She had also issued directions to all the Heads of the Institutions (Government as well as Private), to bring sealed packets of question papers received in the respective Sub / Branch and Divisional offices of JK BOSE from April 6.
When contact Roshan Lal Gupta Joint Secretary Secrecy/Administration JD, Verification and Legal-JD JKBOSE he said that the vigilance team is investigating the matter.
He further said that the seven schools have been called by vigilance for the investigation over the ‘paper leak’ case. He added that on Saturday 23 July vigilance teams visited his office and gathered more information related to the case.
He added that, “Once vigilance completes the investigation action will be taken against these schools”.
However, when contact Prof. Veena Pandita Chairperson/Secretary Jammu and Kashmir state board of school education, she said, “We have lodged the FIR and vigilance have also started the investigation”. She added that it is the duty of vigilance that how much time they take to complete the investigation in the case. (PTK)