You can carve a Jharkhand out of Bihar, but you can’t get rid of Bihar’s cheating streak.
No surprises were had when a photo of the most relaxed cheating youve seensurfaced from the RS Mor College in Dhanbad. Over a 1000 college students literally had a field day, lounging in their college lawns, in cozy groups of 3 and 4, writing their exams.
No invigilators were present to stop the blatant cheating that students didn’t bother to hide.
The college authorities told NDTV that there weren’t enough seats for the students to sit indoors – the classrooms could only seat 600 of the 664 examinees.
The incident comes weeks after the infamous Bihar cheating scandal, which saw arrests after Class 12 board exam toppers didn’t have a clue about the subjects they had supposedly aced.
Bihar is no stranger to mass exam-cheating. A couple of years ago a video of parents and friends climbing school walls to hand cheat-chits to students who were appearing in the exams had exposed the amount of fraud happening in exams in the state.
For example, Ruby Rai, The class 12 Humanities topper doesn’t know to pronounce the subject she aced (#ProdigalScience), doesn’t know how many marks she needed to top, or even what political science is.