FIA arrests teacher for cheating in CA exam

Faisalabad teacher arrested for copying students through social media in CA exams arrested from Lahore, mobile phone and WhatsApp chat seized Decided to cancel the registration.
During the Corona epidemic, in 2021, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan moved the examination procedure from manual to online. But during the online exams, students were being monitored through a software called "Remote Protector Exam and Assessment". Meanwhile, the management of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan suspected that someone was illegally taking students Involved in resolving the paper on which a complaint was lodged with the FIA ​​in November 2021.
FIA Cyber ​​Crime Circle Faisalabad has arrested a man who was involved in illegally soliciting papers from CA students. According to the report, this person used to form WhatsApp group with Qaiser students, online paper questions were sent to him on WhatsApp and he used to send answers to these questions to these students through WhatsApp and he also sent them to them. Used to write in paper Accused Qaiser is an expert in three subjects of CA and also used to teach these subjects to CA students in different institutes of Faisalabad. A mobile phone was also recovered from the possession of the accused which contained all the WhatsApp chats used in the forgery. The FIA ​​has arrested the accused and registered a case against him under various provisions of the Pika Ordinance while he has also been remanded for three days. On the other hand, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Pakistan is examining whether the papers of students involved in this illegal activity should be canceled or their CA registration should be canceled.
The degree of Chartered Accountant or "CA" is recognized as the highest in the field of accountancy all over the world including Pakistan and it is considered extremely difficult to pass this exam.

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