Efforts made to tackle cheating mafia in Mathura for upcoming UP Board Examination, commencing from February 7

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Preparations have been made to prevent cheating in Mathura for the Uttar Pradesh Board Examinations which will commence from February 7. District Magistrate Sarvagya Ram Mishra told reporters that the invigilator and center superintendent will be responsible if any case for cheating is reported.

As Mishra told, 95 centers are “sensitive”  and seven are ”hypersensitive” out of the total 128 examination centers in the district.

It has been reported that the CCTV cameras are all over installed at the examination centers from opening and packing of sheets. Mishra also told that any candidate who is registered with a case on cheating will be investigated under the NSA and Gangsters Act.

He also informed that cyber cafes around the centers will be shut down during the examination hours. The district has been divided into different zones and a static magistrate has been appointed at every examination center.

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