According to Times of India, Mumbai the state board has decided to conduct surprise checks on schools ahead of board exams after its internal enquiry found Mumbra’s Kiddie Paradise to be flouting rules and also had links with the SSC paper leak.

As per an official at the board, it is not possible to check all the institutions but surprise visits will be made to ensure all infrastructure and employment rules are followed and anyone flouting them will lose their chance to host the board exams.

In a bid to curtail paper leaks, the board had introduced a system in which sealed packets of 25 each were required to be opened inside the exam hall.