West Bengal Board Introduces Special Codes to Tackle Question Paper Leaks in Madhyamik Exam 2024

In response to the persistent issue of question paper leaks plaguing the Madhyamik Exam in recent years, the West Bengal Board of Madhya Shiksha Parishad has announced a robust initiative to curb the unauthorized dissemination of examination materials. This proactive step comes in the form of a special code system that will be integrated into every page of the Madhyamik Exam 2024 question papers.

Ramanuja Gangopadhyay, the president of the West Bengal Central Education Board, unveiled this innovative approach during a meeting with education department officials and school headteachers at Banga Vidyalaya in Bankura. Addressing the media at the event, Gangopadhyay highlighted the need for decisive action against the escalating trend of question paper leaks.

He remarked, "Madhyamik Exam 2024 questions are never leaked; some 'naughty kids' take pictures of the question paper and send it out. This code system has been implemented to identify those responsible for the unauthorized dissemination of the question paper."

The special code, to be prominently featured on the first page and throughout the examination papers, is designed to serve as a unique identifier. Its primary purpose is to trace and pinpoint the source of leaked question papers, enabling authorities to take swift and targeted action against those involved in compromising the examination process.

This initiative reflects a comprehensive effort by the West Bengal Board to enhance the security and integrity of the examination system, acknowledging the challenges posed by advancements in technology. By introducing these stringent measures, the board aims to instill confidence in students and stakeholders, assuring them of a fair and transparent examination environment.

The success of this anti-leak measure will be closely monitored, as education authorities strive to maintain the sanctity of the examination process and uphold the credibility of the Madhyamik Exam. The implementation of such technological safeguards marks a pivotal moment in the board's ongoing commitment to ensuring the fairness and integrity of educational assessments in West Bengal.

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