Don’t say ‘sari’ after cheating
Himalayan News Service
Ranchi, May 28:
An invigilator in Jharkhand found himself in a piquant situation when he caught a woman cheating from answers written on her sari, but could not attach the “evidence” as proof until a new one was bought. It all happened at Jharkhand’s steel city Jamshedpur when a woman student appearing for her second year BA examinations was caught by the invigilator, copying answers written on a corner of her sari. The invigilator got suspicious when he found the woman’s sari frequently slipping from her shoulders and caught her in the act. However, he could do nothing about it till a new sari was bought.
The rules specify that the cheating material has to be attached with the answer paper as proof. Another invigilator then phoned the vice chancellor of Ranchi University, who directed the teachers to buy a new sari so the student could change her clothes. The woman has been expelled.