4 held for cheating in SSC MTS exam

4 held for cheating in SSC MTS exam

AHMEDABAD: Four candidates who appeared in an examination for the post of multi-tasking staff (MTS) conducted by staff selection committee (SSC) were nabbed by the examination centre supervisor for cheating with the help of listening bugs. A complaint has been filed with Chandkheda police against the four.

According to the investigators, Diptesh Patel, 34, a resident of Chandlodia, was centre supervisor at Talent Hub centre near Tapovan circle on October 26 for the SSC examination. There were 10 classrooms under his supervision where the candidates were supposed to appear for online examination from 1.30pm to 3pm. "At about 2pm, he spotted a youth who seemed to be listening to something before answering the questions. Patel along with Manish Sharma, another supervisor, checked on the candidate and found a listening device from his ear. The youth was identified as Gaurav Satyavrat, 26, a native of Rewari, Haryana," said a police official. 

Upon checking other candidates in the same room, the supervisors also found three other youths — Karan Yadav, 27, a native of Rewari, Ravi Rambhaj, 26, Panipat, and Surendra Chandrapal, 25, a resident of Bhiwani — were also using the similar devices. All had another device with SIM card slot hidden in their clothes, said officials. An offence under section of IT Act has been filed against the group, said officials.

Source: Times of India

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