The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has accused eight people for allegedly cheating and rigging the board examinations conducted by the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS) in the year 2017, for allegedly passing candidates who did not take the exam. Were involved in.
Officials gave this information on Wednesday. In its charge sheet filed before a special CBI court in Bhopal, the CBI has alleged that a large number of those who did not appear for class 10th and 12th examinations in 2017 at the examination centers in Sehore, Ratlam and Umaria in Madhya Pradesh The students were declared passed by NIOS.
A CBI spokesperson said in a statement, “It has been alleged that the accused have forged and rigged the attendance sheets of the examination centers, answer sheets of the students etc.
He said that the accused allegedly destroyed the evidence in the form of used answer sheets of the learners who appeared in the examination. The agency has filed the chargesheet after more than two years of investigation. The CBI has already filed charge sheet against the two accused on 13 May 2018.