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Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences acted smart this time. There were CCTVs at all exam centres, web monitoring with officials watching everything live, biometric attendance to avoid impersonation and enough invigilators and police on campus. But not enough to out smart this student, the son of two doctors. He used the latest technology to copy in the PGET (Postgraduate Entrance Test) on Sunday 29th Jan. At least for a few minutes. Arun S (name changed) was caught by the invigilators for alleged malpractice during PGET at Sri Bhagwan Mahaveer Jain College, J.C Road. The student had a pen with a camera and bluetooth in his pocket. He had a mobile, which he said was bought only for the purpose, in the pocket of his pants. Every time he bent over to write, the camera would capture the image of the question paper and send it to his mobile phone. He would in turn send it to his friend in Hyderabad who would text him the answer.
According to university sources, he had been preparing for it for a month and a half now. He had tested it on Saturday 28th Jan and it worked. On Sunday 29th Jan, however, it failed to work. As he was fumbling with it in the pocket, the invigilator finding the act suspicious caught him. He was handed over to Silver Jubilee park police. Hailing from Andhra Pradesh, Arun is attempting PGET for the second time. Barring this incident, the exam went on smoothly at the 8 centers in Bangalore. Around 9,110 candidates (male: 4,514, female: 3,684, in service candidates: 650 male and 262 female) had applied for the medical test and another 2,171 candidates (male: 825, female: 1,324; in-service candidates: 12 male and 10 female) for dental. PGET holds key to the post-graduate medical and dental seats in the state.
Courtesy: Times of India
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