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Karnataka Second PU Exam Issue Getting More Worse

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Second PU Exam PaperLeak Case More Worse
Starting with the leaking of 2 exam paper one after the other, leading in15 exams getting postponed, lecturers getting suspended, 5 colleges getting de-recognized, but still getting worse day by day. The situation has become totally out of control with students becoming nervous, parents becoming anxious and more infuriated and PU department unable to manage or answer any questions of the students or parents.

Here are some incidents caused since the start of the PU Examination :

a) Police arrests a 30 Yr Old man who alleges in PU rescheduled Physics paper leak: A special team of police has arrested a 30 year old identified as Shashi, native of Vijayanagar, who possessed PU II year Physics question paper hours before the Physics exam was conducted on Tuesday.

A paper containing 30 Physics question was recovered from him, which he allegedly tried to circulate as the content of Physics question paper. He had taken Rs. 7500 per head from few students for the question paper. The PU department however is still claiming that the Physics paper has not been leaked. The students now fear that if the question paper will be changes now it'll be together than before.

b) A girl ends life, who was agitated with the rumors of question paper leak : The subsequent question paper leaks, exams getting called off and rescheduling of PU II Year papers disturbed Neetu Umapathi, a second year student of Aman College, Devenagere to an extent that she chose death over the exam.

Neethu, was to appear for the rescheduled physics paper on Tuesday, but the rumors of the question paper leak fretted her so much that she hanged herself from the ceiling fan of her room in college hostel. No suicide note was found at the site. Her parents stated that postponement of the Physics paper panicked her as she feared that the rescheduled question paper will be more tougher.

Karnataka CM appeals students and parents to be patient : Karnataka Chief Minister, DV Sadananda Gowda has appealed to the students and parents to be patient and not to panic due to the recent second PU question paper leaks. The state government has adopted strict measures in order to prevent leaking of exam papers and is now designing a foolproof system to avoid such malpractices.

Source : TOI

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