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Secondary Service Selection Board Send Notice of Malpractice to Students Absent in Examination

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Ahmedabad: There have been several incidents of malpractices in the examination taken on November 17 by the Gujarat Secondary Service Selection Board. Due to which, the examiners demand to cancel the exam. The state government has set up a SIT to investigate all these cases.

Meanwhile, CCTV was also stolen by the accused in Surendranagar. The Gujarat Secondary Service Selection Board has started noticing CCTV footage and giving notice to the examiners, who were absent in the examination.

Anushkumar Dineshbhai Patel, who lives in Vadrada village of Sabarkantha has received notice from Gujarat Secondary Service Selection Board. This notice states that The candidate was present to appear for the exam from Surajba High School Unit-II, seat number 1500216266, in the examination taken on 17-11. In this exam, the examiner had misbehaved. This was revealed by CCTV from the Select Board.

On 9 December 2019 they has also been instructed that if the examiner does not make proper disclosure by appearing before the Secondary Service Selection Board at a certain date and time, it will be presumed that they do not want to say anything in this regard and believe that they have committed malpractices in the examination, including criminal rule. Action will be taken accordingly.