Exams are being cancelled because three teachers are pressuring the superintendent to allow cheating.

Punjab School Education Board declares paper cancelled for Government Senior Secondary School, Ayali Khurd . Board secretary Swati declared exam cancelled for the school in Ludhiana district .

Ludhiana: After a superintendent of an exam center in Ludhiana district told the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB) authorities that schoolteachers pressed students to cheat in an exam, board secretary Swati declared the paper cancelled for Government Senior Secondary School, Ayali Khurd.She told the Observer that the mathematics exam at the school will be rescheduled on May 25 or 27.I also wrote to director general of school education, (DGSE) Pardeep Aggarwal to issue a show-cause notice to district education officer (DEO) Jaswinder Kaur, observer Gurpreet Kaur from Government Senior Secondary School (GSSS), Gill, invigilators, and three subject teachers.The PSEB has also sent DEOs new instructions to take more rigorous steps and ensure that subject teachers are not allowed to enter the exam centers, said Vinod Kumar Three mathematics teachers of GSSS, Ayali Khurd, put pressure on me to allow the students to cheat.Teachers told students to protest on the grounds of a postponement of the exam, but they refused.

(s)he should have objected to any concern from the beginning, but three teachers followed the students and threatened them.I have taken this issue to the attention of the PSEB, he said.Meanwhile, Sukhdarshan Singh, a science teacher at a government school in Jagraon block and president of the Anti-Cheating Front, a coalition of government teachers who address issues faced during tests, said, Teachers are compelled to allow cheating to produce a 100 percent success.The guilty should be punished.