Pune, 25th May 2023: During the class 12 examination, 345 incidents of copying by students have been reported in nine divisional boards of the state. Along with this, a total of 1,061 malpractices have occurred during and after the examination. Sharad Gosavi informed that 11 cases have been registered in various police stations across the state in connection with examination malpractices.
Misconducts like copying in the exam, dummy students in the exam, threatening the examiners in the classroom, tearing the answer sheet, writing the name of self and God in the answer sheet for identification, putting notes or writing certain clues, and in some cases being assisted by the teachers, etc, a total of 1,061 malpractices have taken place in the state this year. It includes 345 cases of copying, 715 cases of malpractice and one incident of a dummy candidate writing the answer sheet in the place of a student during the 12th examination at the examination centre of the Pune Divisional Board.
The highest number of 111 cases of copying by students have occurred at examination centres of Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar Divisional Board. After that, Pune 88, Nagpur 52, Latur 38, Amravati 20, Mumbai 19, Nashik 13, Kolhapur three, and Konkan division one copy cases have been reported.
Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar divisional board is highest in other forms of malpractice with 510, Nashik 59, Amravati 42, Pune 36, Mumbai 24, Latur 20, Kolhapur 17, Nagpur seven, while no malpractice occurred in Konkan Division.