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Jharkhand: Students carry mobiles, sit in groups, write exam in open ground

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Published Jul 13, 2016, 1:52 pm IST
Updated Jul 13, 2016, 3:09 pm IST
Over 100 students were seen sitting close to each other and writing Class 11 examination paper using unfair means.
The college authorities claimed that there was not enough room in the campus to accommodate all the students. (Photo: ANI Twitter)
 The college authorities claimed that there was not enough room in the campus to accommodate all the students. (Photo: ANI Twitter)

Dhanbad: In what may come as an embarrassment for Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das, who recently fired a salvo at the neighbouring state of Bihar over the exam scam, an unflattering picture has come to the fore where students of the RS More College in Dhanbad can be seen cheating during their Class 11 exams.

Over 100 students were seen sitting close to each other and writing the examination paper on July 9, using unfair means in the college campus.

 

"There is no space in the college, that's why we are sitting outside. All the seats have been occupied," said one of the examinees.

The college authorities claimed that there were not enough room in the campus to accommodate all the students.

"I cannot see anyone cheating. The students are honestly giving their examination. The capacity of the college is not much. Two students should sit on one bench, but as of now four to five students have to adjust on one bench. It is a congested place," said Manoranjan Gupta, the college professor.

The students were seen with bags and mobile phones during the examination.

Talking about the Bihar School Education Board (BSEB) scam, Das had earlier said that students of the neighbouring state could save their career and credibility by studying in 'education hub' Jharkhand.

BSEB chief Lalkeshwar Singh and his wife were arrested in connection with Bihar merit scam, along with several others.

The matter came to light after the results of Class 12 board examination were declared and television footage showed that toppers were clueless about the subjects in which they scored well.

Ruby Rai, who topped the Arts section, said political science was about the art of cooking, while Science topper Saurabh Kumar could not answer the relation between water and H2O. Rai was later arrested, along with three other toppers, after failing a re-test.

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Location: India, Jharkhand, Dhanbad




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