Paper Leak Law / The Ministry of Education has formed a high-level committee to curb paper leaks

Vikrant Shekhawat : Jun 22, 2024, 05:48 PM
Paper Leak Law: The Ministry of Education is constantly taking steps to avoid paper leaks. Meanwhile, a high-level committee has been formed on Saturday. This committee has been formed under the leadership of former Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) chief K. Radhakrishnan. K. Radhakrishnan has been made the chairman of this committee, while six other people will also be included in this committee. Let us tell you that cases of paper leak were coming to the fore every day, after which the government has also issued a notification of the new law. At the same time, now a committee has also been formed to stop the incidents of paper leak.

There will be a total of seven people in the committee

The Higher Education Department of the Ministry said that this committee of seven people will work on improving the examination processes, improving data security protocols and the structure of NTA. Along with this, the committee will submit its report to the Ministry of Education within 2 months. Former ISRO Chairman Dr. K. Radhakrishnan will take charge as the chairman of this high level committee. The chairman and members of the high level committee constituted by the Ministry of Education are as follows-

1- Dr. K. Radhakrishnan (Chairman)

  • Former Chairman, ISRO and Chairman BOG, IIT Kanpur
2- Dr. Randeep Guleria (Member)

  • Former Director, AIIMS Delhi
3- Prof. B.J. Rao (Member)

  • Vice Chancellor, Central University of Hyderabad
4- Prof. Ramamurthy K. (Member)

  • Professor Emeritus, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Madras
5- Mr. Pankaj Bansal (Member)

  • Co-founder, People Strong and Board Member- Karmayogi Bharat
6- Prof. Aditya Mittal (Member)

  • Dean Student Affairs, IIT Delhi
7- Shri Govind Jaiswal (Member)

  • Joint Secretary, Ministry of Education (Government of India)
Other major functions of the High Level Committee

  • Improvement in the mechanism of the examination process, analysis of the entire examination process, improvement in the system, measures to prevent any potential problem.
  • In-depth review of NTA's processes, compliance with rules at every level, strengthening of monitoring mechanism, measures to strengthen the protocol.
  • Data security improvement, evaluation of NTA's existing data security processes and protocols, recommendations for measures for improvement.
  • Paper-setting for examinations, examination of existing security protocols related to the process, recommendations to increase the robustness of the system.
Structure and functioning of the National Testing Agency.

Under the recommendations, this committee will also be responsible for making recommendations on the organizational structure and functioning of NTA and clearly defining responsibilities. Also, the existing grievance redressal mechanism of NTA will have to be assessed so that areas of improvement can be identified. The committee will have to submit its report to the ministry within 2 months. However, the committee has been allowed to take help from experts to assist itself.