OMR sheets of the Mathematics paper of 108 candidates who had appeared for matriculation exam were found missing from a government high school in Malkangiri district on Sunday. The matter came to light after the officials of SSD High School at Padia lodged a complaint at Padia police station, Malkangiri. The complaint said the optical mark recognition sheets of nearly 108 candidates, who appeared for Mathematics examination on Saturday, have gone missing from the school premises. Malkangiri Superintendent Jagmohan Meena said a team led by ASP U C Nayak has been sent to the school to conduct a thorough probe into the incident.
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The investigation is in progress to ascertain the circumstances in which the OMR sheets went missing," he said. The school officials have also informed the district administration and the Board of Secondary Education, which conducts the annual matriculation exam in the state, about the incident. Malkangiri sub-collector Rameswar Pradhan and other senior officials have reached the school for conducting further inquiry into the matter. The community comes a day after images of Mathematics question paper of the ongoing matriculation exam surfaced on social media on Saturday, prompting the state government to suspend three teachers in Kalahandi. Earlier, the question papers of Hindi, Odia, and English subjects went viral on social media, putting the BSE, Odisha, in a tight spot.
The matriculation exams began on February 22 and would end on March 8. The Board of Secondary Education had earlier suspended 10 persons, including four exam centre superintendents, for their alleged role in spreading images of question papers on social media.
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