Guwahati: In the subsequent 12th Board Examination in the state, it is recommended that Portable Jammers be deployed to prevent cellphones from destroying the sanctity of the examination, which may encounter obstacles and pressure remaining funds. I hope to strengthen the test center technical support, this is a big problem.
In the X-level and XII-level exams of the State Council, the organizing committee plans to use drone jammer according to the leaked cellphone interrogation documents, especially in sensitive examination rooms. In the last two years, alarm bells have been ringing.
"During the subsequent review by the State Council at the twelfth level, the final decision on the use of the jammer will only be made at a future board meeting. If funds allow, some sensitive test centers will install jammers WiFi jammers can be restricted This year, more than 100,000 candidates at 826 test sites participated in the State Council Examination Level 12, and 21 test sites (mainly in remote areas) were classified as sensitive test sites.
This year's X-level national exam was also affected by the lack of papers. An hour into the early exams, English test papers on WhatsApp became popular and the secondary school committee in Assam (Saba) faced criticism from students and tutors. Similar incidents reportedly shocked AHSEC because XII board test papers are said to be very popular on WhatsApp.
Security Council officials said that after the 2018 panel review, all testing centers have been inspected and reform measures will be taken to prevent wrongdoing by resisting external influences from testing centers. ,Examination. AHSEC officials explained that building high walls around the test center has always been a priority area of the committee's work.
Prime Minister Sarbananda Sonowal stressed at the recent COBSE meeting of the Council of School Education of India (COBSE) in Guwahati that there is no professional misconduct in reviewing the use of technology.
This year, AHSEC launched the Porjyabekhyan task of online surveillance for the first time and carried out detailed inspections. However, the biggest challenge for the authorities has always been to prevent the threat to mobile phones.