The Board of Secondary Education, Assam (SEBA) has denied rumors of a leak of question papers for the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) exams. In a statement, SEBA stated that it had taken all necessary measures to ensure the security and confidentiality of the exam papers.
According to the SEBA statement, the board has used advanced technology to prevent any leakage of the HSLC question papers. The statement also said that the board has a well-defined system in place to maintain the secrecy of the question papers and that it would take strict action against any individual or group involved in a leak.
SEBA’s statement came in response to rumors circulating on social media that the HSLC question papers had been leaked, causing concern among students and parents. The board urged students and parents not to believe such rumors and to focus on their studies.
The HSLC exams in Assam began on February 21 and will continue until March 10. The exams are being conducted in compliance with Covid-19 safety protocols, with all necessary precautions being taken to ensure the safety of the students.