10th graders receive a warning writing “political messages” on the answer sheet MIGMG News

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Kolkata: As a section of the students who appeared in the Class 10 Examination of West Bengal State Board wrote a common political slogan on their answer papers, the authorities decided to take punitive action against the examinees if they repeat the same in the ongoing Class 12 examination.

Examiners in Madhyamek Class 10 Examination conducted by West Bengal Board of Secondary Education found that a number of students had written the word “Horse Hop” (there will be a game), the emblem of the ruling Trinamool Congress, on their answer sheets. .

The exam was held last month. The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBCHSE) which regulates the Uchcha Madhyamik examination, otherwise known as the Senior Secondary Examination (HS), for Class 12, said it would take criminal action if any candidate wrote political letters or drawings on the answer papers.

Examinees have been instructed not to evaluate these answer sheets. Penal action will be taken (against those who write such things).

WBCHSE President Shirangib Bhattacharya said a high-level panel set up by the council would decide the amount of the penalty. PTI Wednesday. Bhattacharya said writing political slogans, campaigns or controversial issues that violate WBCHSE rules and guidelines would call for strict action.

The HS tests began on April 2 and will run until April 27. when I call you PTI, Education expert Nrisingprasad Bahaduri welcomed the decision. Bhaduri, a well-known ideologist, said that no ruling party should politicize the education sector and influence vulnerable minds.

Chairman of West Bengal Board of Secondary Education Dr Kalyanmu Ganguly could not be reached for his comments despite numerous attempts.

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