Students made to wear corrugated box to prevent exam malpractice in India

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Edwin Eriye

An Indian school located at Haveri in Karnataka is in hot water for making their students wear corrugated box to prevent them from cheating.

On October 16, the students were of the Bhagat PU College were handed specially modified cartoons to cover their heads.

The boxes were the school’s solution to prevent examination malpractice. However, the Deputy Director of Pre-University Education, S.C. Peerzade, visited the college to stop the practice after he was notified.

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