Question papers of Intermediate exam go missing in Warangal

Warangal (Telangana): Intermediate Advance Supplementary Examinations question papers were allegedly found missing from a police station where they were being stored. The exams are slated to be held from 7 June. This comes a month after the fiasco in declaration of intermediate exam results on 18 April.

According to media reports, Zoology, Mathematics and English question papers for exams scheduled to be held on 10 and 11 June are missing.

However, Board of Intermediate Education assured that exams would be conducted as scheduled with new sets of question papers.

In a press release, the BIE said, “It has come to knowledge from a preliminary report that two trunk boxes containing question papers, which were kept at Warangal police station, were missing. The exams will be conducted as per schedule from 7/6/19 with new sets of question papers.”

Two boxes of the Intermediate (class 12) and class 10 exam question papers are said to be missing from the Warangal Inthezar Gunj Police Station and a complaint was lodged by the Warangal intermediate department officer Lingaiah. The Assistant Commissioner of Police of Warangal will probe the matter.

NT Bureau