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Join the Roundtable Discussion: Share Your Ideas on Preventing Exam Question Paper Leaks with Experts



In light of recent controversies surrounding exam paper leaks, the Future Crime Research Foundation (FCRF) is set to host a crucial roundtable discussion on June 15th from 11 AM onwards. The focus of the event will be on devising effective strategies to prevent the leakage of exam question papers, a persistent issue that undermines the credibility of educational assessments in India.

Event Details:
– Date: 15th June
– Time: From 11 AM onwards
– Participation: Online
– Contact: To participate, connect at 9696100100
– Email for Queries and Submissions:


Context and Relevance:

The urgency of this discussion is underscored by a series of recent paper leak incidents that have shaken the educational sector. Notably, the NEET (National Eligibility cum Entrance Test) results controversy and the Uttar Pradesh Police constable exam paper leak have highlighted the vulnerabilities in the current examination systems.

Recent Incidents:

1. NEET Results Controversy: The NEET exam, crucial for medical aspirants, recently faced allegations of paper leaks and irregularities. This controversy has cast a shadow over the fairness of the exam, affecting thousands of students and raising questions about the security measures in place.

2. UP Police Constable Exam Paper Leak (2024): The Uttar Pradesh Special Task Force (STF) arrested Rajeev Nayan Mishra, the mastermind behind the paper leak. The exam, which saw participation from over 48 lakh candidates, had to be canceled due to the leak. This incident not only disrupted the recruitment process but also highlighted the serious flaws in the handling and transportation of exam papers.


Objectives of the Roundtable:

The roundtable aims to bring together experts, educators, policymakers, and innovators to discuss and propose innovative solutions to prevent exam paper leaks. The insights and recommendations from this discussion will be compiled into a comprehensive report, which will be submitted to all examination bodies to aid in the formulation of more robust security protocols.

FCRF invites individuals with innovative ideas and solutions to participate in this discussion. Your contributions can make a significant impact in ensuring the integrity of examinations and safeguarding the future of millions of students.

For more information and to register for the event, please contact us at 9696100100 or email


About FCRF:

The Future Crime Research Foundation (FCRF) is dedicated to researching and addressing emerging threats in the digital age. Through its initiatives, FCRF aims to create a safer and more secure environment for all sectors of society.

For more details about FCRF and its initiatives, visit (

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