The phantom of question paper spill came back to frequent Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB) on the third day of Intermediate examinations on Thursday when police kept eight people, including three examinees, at Motihari in East Champaran locale following a tip-off that they were coursing Physics question paper before the start of the examination.
The “break” came two days after Class XII Biology question paper circulated around the web via web-based networking media almost two hours after the exam began in Nawada area on Tuesday.
Police, in any case, declined to affirm the “break” for the present. “We are coordinating the first Physics question paper with the ones found on the cellphones of the kept people,” East Champaran extra SP Pankaj Kumar Rawat said.
Motihari DM Raman Kumar said the confined people were being investigated. “We have constituted a group of authorities to explore the case,” he included.
In any case, BSEB executive Anand Kishor said report of paper spill was only a “deception”. “The examinations were directed in a free and reasonable way,” he included.
The state instruction office and BSEB have independently asked all DMs and SPs to distinguish the people who make “gossipy tidbits” about inquiry paper spill via web-based networking media and make a move against them.
In the interim, 167 Intermediate examinees were removed for utilizing uncalled for implies over the state and two impersonators captured on Thursday. By and large 6.99 lakh hopefuls showed up for Physics paper and 104 for physical instruction and yoga in first move. In the second move, 3.32 lakh examinees showed up for history and 829 for professional course (English) papers.