Maharashtra : Pune records second highest number of cheating cases in HSC exams 

Maharashtra : Pune records second highest number of cheating cases in HSC exams

Maharashtra : Pune records second highest number of cheating cases in HSC exams ( Representational Image )

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A total of 237 cases of cheating were registered during this year’s HSC exams in Maharashtra, spanning from February 22 to March 19.

The highest number, 106 cases, was reported in Chhatrapati Sambhaji Nagar, followed by Pune with 52 cases. Surprisingly, Kolhapur had zero cases.

Cheating incidents were most prevalent during language and science exams, while social sciences saw negligible occurrences. The Physics exam saw the highest single-day total of 50 cases, with Pune and Chhatrapati Sambhaji Nagar contributing 23 and 20 cases, respectively.

On two days, Chemistry and Biology plus Music Studies, there were 48 cases each. Interestingly, Kolhapur didn’t record any cheating cases, while Konkan reported only 7 cases, the lowest in the state. Amravati and Mumbai each had 11 cases.
Language exams held between February 21 and 24 had the most cheating cases, with 14 reported during the Hindi exam. Konkan had seven cases on that day, which was the only instance for the district. Mumbai reported one case during the Book Keeping and Accounting exam.
There were no cheating cases registered for defense studies, psychology, philosophy, business studies, and Sanskrit. Last year, 242 cases were recorded during the HSC exams.
On February 23, exams for 13 languages, including Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati, French, and Spanish, were conducted.
This day witnessed 44 cases of cheating, though data for English exams was unavailable.

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