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Aspiring Indian army candidates asked to strip for exam to prevent cheating

March 1, 2016 - Uncategorized



On Sunday, around 1,150 young men in the eastern Indian state of Bihar went to take a recruitment exam for soldiers and clerks in the Indian army, but discovered that they had to take off their clothes first.

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The candidates appearing for the exam in the city of Muzaffarpur were asked to take off their shirts, trousers and even vests to prevent any possibility of cheating from hidden paper slips. They took the exam in an open ground wearing just their underwear.

Army sources said that the candidates were asked to strip to save time on frisking, while others described as an “administrative lapse.” Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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