KARACHI - Sindh Education Department has apparently failed to identify the responsible for corruption and mismanagement reported in the teachers recruitment tests being held in the last month. About 25 days have lapsed but the authorities concerned did not show their attention to probe reports of corruption and mismanagement in the recruitment tests. It seems that the government is not interested to disclose the facts regarding the reports of deterioration in the tests; rather, it is showing leniency towards the accountable for corruption and mismanagement. Additional Secretary Education, Riaz Memon, who was appointed head of the enquiry committee, could not furnish the enquiry report so far. On the other hand, Sindh University Jamshoro has announced the new date for the recruitment test of High School Teachers (HST) that was deferred by Vice Chancellor Sindh University Jamshoro Prof Dr Mazharul Haq Siddiqui, having come to know about corrupt and malpractice of the related people . The recruitment tests for vacant posts of HST, JST (Junior School Teacher) and PST (Primary School Teacher) were scheduled to be held from 24 to 26 April, 2009. Out of which only two tests, including HST and JST, were held while PST test was postponed due to leak out paper. Later on, the Sindh University Jamshoro had deferred the HST tests. On the contrary, a three-member enquiry committee, formed by EDO Education Ibrahim Kumbher, has failed to furnish the enquiry report on the issuance of illegal admit cards receipts for the recruitment tests of the vacant posts of teachers from Karimabad DO Office. The committee, comprising on DO Secondary Male Shabir Jokhio, DO Secondary Female Khurshid Fatima and DO Academic Training Siddiqu Baloch, was directed to furnish the report during three days but several weeks have been passed although the report is still in process. When Additional Secretary Education Riaz Memon was contacted by The Nation to enquire about the enquiry report, he refused to comment on the issue and said that Secretary Education Rizwan Memon should be contacted for comments. Conversely, several calls have been made on the mobile phone of the secretary education, but he did not attend.