The Lok Sabha has seen the introduction of the Public Examinations (Prevention of Unfair Means) Bill, 2024, aimed at curbing malpractices in government recruitment exams.
The bill proposes strict penalties, including a minimum jail term of three years and a fine of up to Rs 1 crore, for offenses such as paper leaks, creation of fake websites, and manipulation in seating arrangements.
The bill is designed to bring transparency, fairness, and credibility to public examination systems, ensuring that the sincere efforts of candidates are fairly rewarded.
It covers recruitment examinations conducted by various central government bodies and aims to deter individuals and groups from engaging in malpractices.
The legislation aims to enhance transparency, fairness, and credibility in public examination systems, covering recruitment exams conducted by various central government bodies.
The bill intends to deter individuals and groups from engaging in malpractices that impact the integrity of government exams.