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HS Chemistry Question Paper Leak Is Fake, Verifies Enquiry Report

The enquiry report in view of the HSLC Chemistry question paper leak discloses that the circulation of the paper is fake.

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GUWAHATI, March 18: The Assam Education Minister Ranoj Pegu on his Twitter handle today announced that the enquiry report that was sent by Assam Higher Secondary Education Council (AHSEC) to Assam Police has revealed the results. The enquiry report in view of the HSLC Chemistry question paper leak discloses that the circulation of the paper is fake. In the morning today, it has also been verified that the ongoing rumours that the HSLC Geography question paper has circulated are untrue.

Pegu wrote, “Soon after the ND24 news of the Chemistry Question Paper leak on 28 February, AHSEC promptly requested police to enquire about the matter. Here is the enquiry report that the QP was fake.”

The enquiry unveiled that the handwritten question paper differs from the official question paper. The report further accounted for the fact that the ND24 news clip had been published after the exam got over. No strong evidence has been reported regarding the leakage of the question paper prior to the exam.

 

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Earlier on March 1, a day after the Assam HS Chemistry paper leak news circulated, Assam Education Minister Ranoj Pegu had stated the reports are false and baseless. The Assam Higher Secondary Education Council, or AHSEC, has also made a formal announcement regarding the fraudulent nature of the paper leak episode.

 

The Education Minister of the state took his official Twitter account to share the notice issued by AHSEC. The tweet reads, “The news of the Chemistry question paper leak in the current HS examination is completely fake and baseless. I have personally checked the matter. We are taking utmost care and maintaining vigilance. Please don’t heed fake news and rumours.”

 

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