As many as 162 copy cases were detected in Biology paper of class IX across the limits of Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE), Larkana which are spread to entire five districts of Larkana Division and parts of Dadu district. 147 impersonation cases and six students were appearing as replacement candidates (in place of original students). In English paper of class X which was held in the evening, 136 copy cases were found along with 184 impersonation cases and four replacements which proves that usage of cheating methods has taken deep roots and our young generation is not ready to study properly to avoid usage of unfair means in their annual exams of Secondary School, Higher Secondary School, College and even at University level. The researchers will have to take stock of the situation threadbare as to how the youngsters can be prevented from using these illegal practices so that a noble and decent society could be built in future. The most important factor in this regard is the services of invigilators which need to reviewed and should be appointed strictly on merit. If an invigilator is strict in discharging his/her duties then no cheating will take place. The second place is occupied by externals and third position is of BISE and education department teams. With the close coordination of these three factors and with the support of police copy culture can be eliminated easily, a retired headmistress told this Scribe on Monday. She said during her period she controlled 80% cheating. Another BS-20 professor said that when his he was performing invigilation duty in Ratodero a group of students took our pistol when I did not allow them copy. He said some influential students appear in exams duly armed or they bring private security guards. He said strict security is must and usage of digital devices should not only be banned but strictly enforced.