On the second day of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) Annual Exams 2022 being conducted by the Board of Secondary Education Karachi (BSEK) no case of leakage of paper or mismanagement was reported. However, students were complaining about the lack of drinking water in the exam centers.

In the morning shift, the candidates of the Science Groups attempted Computer Studies part-II while in the evening shift the students of the General Group Urdu compulsory, Sindhi, Geography of Pakistan.

The BSEK Chairman Syed Sharaf Ali Shah along with other officials visited various examination centers including Delhi Government Boys Secondary School, Delhi Government Girls Secondary School FB Area, and others.

On this occasion, they also searched the candidates in different examination rooms of the examination centers. However, examiners informed the BSEK chairman that they are not allowing any candidate to enter the examination room without search or identification.

Shah directed all the center superintendents to give extra time to the students in case of late receipt of the paper for any reason so that the students can solve their paper easily.  The school heads should allow the students to enter the examination centers on time. Examiners should provide cold water to students and discourage cheating culture at any cost. However, no unfair mean cases were reported on the second day of exams.

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Arshad Yousafzai is a Karachi-based journalist covering Education and Human Rights. He can be reached on Twitter @Arshadyousafzay

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