QUETTA: Education and examination system plays significant role in development of any country and making them better future of nation and country can be brightened. Provincial government was taking effective and meaningful measures for improving and promotion education system and ending of cheating during examinations.
These views were expressed by Balochistan Chief Secretary Saifullah Chatha while chairing a meeting here Tuesday.
Secretary higher education Ghulam Mohammad Sabir, Additional Secretary higher education Hayat Kakar, Additional secretary Schools Asfand Yar Kakar, Commissioner Quetta Qambar Dashti, Deputy Commissioner Daud Khan Khilji and others were also present.
Meeting reviewed measures for checking cheating during ongoing intermediate examinations. It expressed satisfaction that owing to government measures examination system was moving towards improvement and now there is no scope for cheating.
Commissioner Quetta told that papers fo 30 students have been cancelled for using unfair means during examination.
Chief Secretary said that end of cheating form examination is topmost priority of the government because it can darken our future and we would not allow our future to be at stake.
He directed participants to take strict action against supporter of cheating during examinations. He also directed for providing better security during NTS examinations. He said he would appeal to Chief Minister to visit examination centres and review examination process.
Education Department has setup control room which can be contacted in case of any complaint at 111 098 765.