Inderpal Singh, Narmadapuram. Board exams are going to start in Madhya Pradesh on 5th February. Before this, a unique case has come to light from a school in Narmadapuram district. Where 17 students in the school had filled private forms and fees to appear for the 10th and 12th board exams. The peon posted in the school ran away with the money for whose forms and fees. The matter came to light when the students came to collect the admit card.
Actually, this matter is of Government Nehru Secondary School, Banapura. Where 17 students had filled the private form and fees. When students reached school to collect their admit cards, the school management informed that their form had been rejected. When the students found out the reason for their rejection, they found out that their fees had not been deposited. Students told that they had filled the self-study (private) form for the board examination and gave the form and fees to the school peon Govind Kevat. Govind did not fill the form and ran away with the fee money.
After this, the family members of the students lodged a written complaint about the matter at Seoni Malwa police station. The family members have alleged that not only the peon can do all this alone, but the school management is also complicit in it. As soon as District Education Officer SP Singh Bisen got information about the matter, he suspended the peon with immediate effect and directed the school management to register an FIR against him.
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