(MENAFN - Tribal News Network) PESHAWAR: National Testing System claimed that police have arrested four employees from Abbottabad on charges of leaking out primary school teachers examination paper.
An inquiry committee formed to investigate the issue submitted its report at the Education Department and claimed that NTS as an organisation was not involved in leaking out of papers rather four of its employees committed this crime who have been arrested.
The employees are identified as office assistants Umer Jalal Khan and Faisal, assistant programmer Manzoor Qadir and data entry operator Danish Ayaz. The paper for PST exam was leaked out a day earlier and was sold at book stores at various districts of the province.
Education Minister Atif Khan took notice of paper leak out and threatened that his department would not avail services of NTS unless it arrest the culprits. The Education Department has advertised 17000 posts of teachers and hired NTS for conducting examination to fill them.