Cracking an entrance exam takes a lot of blood and sweat. It takes years of hard work and preparation to get through a major national exam. Lakhs of students appear for engineering and medical entrance tests every year and out of them, only a handful get an opportunity to study in government recognised colleges. Amidst cut-throat competition and rising pressure on students, many find ways to make it easy for themselves. Students use unlawful methods to clear exams and reduce the burden on themselves. However, teachers are also on the top of the game and being strict with them. A video of examiners checking Bluetooth devices in student’s ears is being discussed on the web.
Every year, hundreds of cases of cheating are reported from different parts of the country. Students are getting innovative with their cheating techniques and are developing methods to save themselves from being easily caught. While many succeed with their tricks and even clear the examinations, others get caught under strict supervision.
Just when students turned out to be highly innovative with their cheating practices, a college happened to be one step ahead of them. In a video which is now getting viral on the internet, the invigilators checked the ears of students in order to identify any hidden Bluetooth devices.
Students have been using Bluetooth materials to get help from their pals in getting the right answers to the questions asked in the examination.
In the video, the people monitoring the examination can be seen using an Otoscope in order to identify hidden Bluetooth devices. The video has garnered a lot of attention especially on Twitter and has been watched by a huge number of people. The video has been shared by a journalist named Raju Narisetti.
Checkout the video below of examiners checking Bluetooth devices:
In India, where the annual medical entrance exam is a huge hurdle for tens of thousands, see how monitors walk around checking ears of students for hidden, small bluetooth ear-buds that might be used to relay exam answers from outsiders. #jugaad pic.twitter.com/hBFyc0L6fK
— Raju Narisetti (@raju) December 20, 2018
Check out some of the reactions on the video below:
Impact of #munnabhaimbbs
— charitra raj (@raaziam) December 20, 2018
Looks like people are really surprised by the video.
This is nuts.
— Sriram Krishnan (@sriramk) December 20, 2018
And call it a complicated Jugaad!
Seems like v complicated jugaad (though does generate employment). Why don’t they just figure out a way to jam the signals?
— Tanvi Madan (@tanvi_madan) December 21, 2018
Some criticized the education system!
It’s to much for medical examination.student.nowadays it’s overburden to students n headache .who take care?.. high quality education now become expensive.
— Raj Kothari (@RajKoth12793579) December 22, 2018
And call it an unhygienic attempt!
Using the same instrument on every student is unhygienic and can cause ear infection
— Irfan Asim (@irfanAsim_) December 21, 2018
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