HSLC exam question paper leaks refuted by the Assam Education Minister.

Rumors of HSLC exam question paper leaks in the Cachar district are refuted by the Assam Education Minister.

Immediately addressing the concerns, Minister Pegu announced strongly that the rumors of a leaked question paper were totally untrue and fake. He promised the public assurance that the authorities have begun looking into the origins of these untrue statements and are prepared to initiate a legal action against individuals who spread false information.

The English subject question paper for the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) Exam 2024 in Cachar was compromised earlier in the day, just 30 minutes after the exam started. The question paper leak swiftly gained popularity on social media.

There are severe concerns over the security measures in place to protect the confidentiality of test materials because it is thought that the leaked question paper originated from the Banskandi Nena Mia H.S. School examination center in Cachar. A teacher assigned to the testing center, Hyder Hussain Majumdar, has been linked to the alleged leak.

Today was the first day of the state’s high school examination (HSLC Exam 2024), with officials highlighting strict security protocols to guarantee a seamless and controversy-free testing experience. Nonetheless, the quick distribution of the compromised exam paper highlights the difficulties in upholding the integrity of the testing procedure.

Particularly in light of earlier cases of question paper leaks, the breach has rekindled doubts about the State Education Board of Assam’s (SEBA) ability to protect the integrity of the inspection process. The episode has brought SEBA under scrutiny once more, prompting concerns about its capacity to stop such violations and maintain stakeholders’ and students’ trust.

Assam Education Minister Ranoj Pegu turned to microblogging platform X to refute fearmongering that question papers for the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) test had been leaked in the Cachar District.

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