Taking lessons from the Agra paper leak case, now the question papers will be sent by GPS equipped vehicles. Radio Frequency Identification Lock will be installed in the strong rooms of the nodal centers for the operation of the examination center, which will open from the control room of the university itself. These arrangements are being started from Dr. Bhimram Ambedkar University, Agra. Higher Education Minister Yogendra Upadhyay said on Wednesday that if successful, it would be implemented in all universities.
Taking a strong stand on the paper leak incident in Agra, Higher Education Minister Yogendra Upadhyay has given instructions to make new arrangements. He said that the video of giving question papers to the examination centers would be uploaded on the Google link. Senior teachers of government or aided colleges will be appointed as supervisors at all the nodal centers to prevent recurrence of such incidents. All the question papers will be opened in the presence of the invigilator. Radio Frequency Identification Lock is being installed at all the nodal centres. It will be controlled from the control room of the university and it will be opened from the control room one hour before the commencement of the examination. Two CCTV cameras have also been installed inside and outside the strong room.
Action will also be taken against students who take paper improperly
Higher Education Minister Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar University Vice Chancellor Prof. Vinay Kumar Pathak and Agra Senior Superintendent of Police Sudhir Kumar Singh that the criminals should not be spared at any cost. Departmental inquiry and disciplinary action should be initiated in this matter. Action should be expedited against the criminals identified in the investigation of the FIR. Action should also be taken against the students who take the paper improperly. Till now there were 32 nodal centers in Agra, but the question papers reached the examination centers half an hour earlier, for this the number of nodal centers has been increased. Mobile phones have been banned for all except the head of the examination center.