Chandigarh, March 31:
In a bid to rein in the use of mal practices and copying in the exams of technical educations institutions of the state, Mr. Anil Joshi, technical education and industrial training Minister, Punjab has instructed the authorities to set up flying squad teams.In a press communiqué issued here today, He said that the annual exams were about to start in all the Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) and Polytechnics of the state and the department has resolved to strongly check malpractices and menace of copying in these examinations. He said that authorities have been instructed to set up the Flying squads teams, which would conduct surprise raids in the examination centers. The Minister further said that instructions have also been issued for the proposed flying squad teams to file UMC cases; complete in all respect otherwise the responsibility of all uncompleted cases would be fixed upon the supervisor of the flying squad team and the head of the institution concerned. “If any case of copy is come to fore the principal of the respective institution would also be held responsible and departmental action would be taken against him’’ said Joshi. He appealed all the students to shun the practice of copying and work harder to get good ranks in the examinations.