The Telangana Recognized School Management Association (TRSMA) has expressed strong condemnation over the recent incidents of paper leaks, which have caused great concern and uproar among teachers and students. Specifically, the alleged paper leak of the SSC public examination on Monday has drawn the attention of TRSMA. Shekhar Rao, the State President of TRSMA, has stated that the appearance of the Telugu question paper on social media on the first day of the 10th class exams is a clear failure of the education department.
To prevent such incidents from happening in the future, Rao has appealed to education department officials to issue instructions allowing only basic phones in all future examinations and not to allow smartphones. He has also raised concerns over who will cover the losses incurred by students, regardless of how many investigations are made or facts are brought out. Rao believes that the State government should take responsibility and not only suspend the accused but also dismiss them from their jobs.
Another member of TRSMA has urged the education department to act with care to ensure that no such incidents repeat in the future. It is crucial for educational institutions to maintain integrity and fairness in conducting examinations, and any breach of trust can have severe consequences for students and teachers alike. TRSMA’s stance highlights the need for strict measures to prevent paper leaks and ensure a level playing field for all students.