Chief Minister KP directs inspection team to investigate NTS paper leak

Chief Minister KP directs inspection team to investigate NTS paper leak

Chief Minister KP directs inspection team to investigate NTS paper leak

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Chief Minister (CM) Mahmood Khan has taken notice of the suspected leak of a primary school teacher recruitment exam by the National Testing Service (NTS) and has directed his Provincial Inspection Team to probe it.

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In this regard, the Minister has released a letter to the inspection team. He will conduct a fact-finding investigation into the matter and, within the next seven days, will submit his report with explicit recommendations.

The letter read:

The Provincial Inspection Team may also co-opt any member, including Director E&SE and an Officer from IT, Home Department, and Special Branch, [with] not less than BPS-19 officer to facilitate the conduct of inquiry.

CM Khan said the highest priority of his government is merit and accountability in the recruitment process.

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The decision came a day after candidates held protests against the reported leak of the NTS examination in Dir, Battagram, and Bannu. The protestors alleged that hours before the scheduled exam, the question paper for the recruitment of PSTs in Battagram had circulated on WhatsApp.

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