A set of six Chemistry question papers have been prepared to avoid an untoward situation in the upcoming re-examinations scheduled on April 12.

 

Karnataka State Government has deployed a tight security around the exam centres ahead of Chemistry exam scheduled for Tuesday to avoid any malpractices this time. “I will resign if there is a question paper leak this time. We have made proper arrangements to prevent any problems. I was ready to resign on March 21, but stayed back as I wanted to set the problem right,” said Education Minister Kimmane Ratnakar.

 

“I will resign if there is a question paper leak this time. We have made proper arrangements to prevent any problems. I was ready to resign on March 21, but stayed back as I wanted to set the problem right,” said Education Minister Kimmane Ratnakar.

 

For the first time in the history of second Pre University (PU) examinations in the state, question papers will be distributed from outside Bangalore. Also, this time the question papers have arrived at the district treasuries on Monday. The Chemistry papers were shifted to Dharwad district treasury office on Sunday from Maharashtra.

 

The Education Department have made arrangements to distribute the question papers to the district treasury today. The arrangements made include installing CCTV cameras at district treasuries, banning the use of mobile phones by the staff involved in paper distribution, sending question papers to district treasuries and video recording distribution of papers to examination centres.