The Bihar Board has canceled the tenth grade social studies exam that was taken on the first shift. Based on updates, this particular review will take place again on March 8. This was announced by Anand Kishore, Chairman of the Bihar Board of Directors.
He provided more details, stating that 8,46,504 candidates had taken the first-level social studies exam. Your exam will now take place on March 8th. However, he added that a full investigation into the paper leak case was underway.
According to the survey, the question for the first shift social science shift exam was sent to someone else’s WhatsApp in Jamui District. This questionnaire was released by the Jhajha branch of the State Bank of India in the Jamui district. Before the morning exam starts, the question document may be leaked and sent to another WhatsApp number. Also read – US Academic Decathlon tests your knowledge about India
Chief Executive Officer Anand Kishore is believed to have ordered authorities to register an FIR against the suspects. The investigation has been completed and the police are thoroughly investigating the matter.
After preliminary investigations, it was established that SBI Jhajha contractor Vikas Kumar was involved in the incident. At the same time, three other bank employees, Shashikant Chaudhary, Ajit Kumar and Amit Kumar Singh, discovered a breach of duty. His role is also the subject of a thorough investigation by the police.
Council President Anand Kishore said that, per the committee’s instructions, an FIR will be registered and the police will carry out the investigation. Legal action will be taken against any government or individual involved in this work. The defendant is under arrest, he said.
More than 1,525 centers have been established nationwide for examinations. These exams will take place from February 17 to 24.