Student whose paper was altered by teacher, scores full A Plus omitting teacher’s answers
Mukkam: The withheld HSE result of a student at Neeleswaram Govt HSS, after a teacher altered the answers, was released on Thursday. Akhila, a Commerce stream student, has scored full A Plus grades.
HSE regional deputy director K Gokulakrishnan said that the result was released omitting the answers of four questions, which were altered by the teacher.
The altered answers were found in the Computer Application paper. NSS volunteer Akhila, scored full marks in the paper, after grace marks were added to it. She also scored full marks in Malayalam.
Akhila had written right answers to two questions among the four that were altered. These were stricken and the same answer was re-written on her paper by the teacher. Akhila had requested to omit the four questions from evaluation.
Nishad V Muhammad, a teacher at the school, was found to have altered the answer sheets of some students including Akhila and fully re-written the answer sheets of other two students. Following this, the results of three students including Akhila was withheld.
HSE joint director Dr SS Vivekanandan and team had visited the school on Tuesday in connection with the incident and recorded the statements of the students. The two students were asked to reappear for the exams during SAY exams. But students have informed that they can’t write the exams again.
Akhila had scored full marks in Computer Application in Plus One exams also. She had scored five A plus grades then.