CBI BUSTS GANG: Allegedly indulging in cheating & manipulation during PG medical entrance Exams
Author(s): SK VyasJalandhar, November 11, 2012: The Central Bureau of Investigation has busted a gang which was allegedly indulging in and facilitating cheating, copying and manipulation in the entrance test of Post Graduate Courses...
Jalandhar, November 11, 2012: The Central Bureau of Investigation has busted a gang which was allegedly indulging in and facilitating cheating, copying and manipulation in the entrance test of Post Graduate Courses in PGI, Chandigarh.
According to a press release issued here yesterday by the spokesperson of the CBI, said that based on source information, and surprise check was conducted by CBI sleuths in the examination centers in Chandigarh.
It was found that some women were using sophisticated equipments like camera, phones, blue tooth and they were transmitting the contents of the question paper outside, using an internet facility.
The searches were also conducted in certain hotels. Seven male persons who were allegedly receiving the images outside and coordinating the operation were found.
It was revealed that these persons were getting the paper solved through experts based in Patna and Hyderabad and again communicating the answers to the examinee candidates inside, using blue tooth devices, micro ear phones and sophisticated mobiles.
The experts located in Patna and Hyderabad, are also being probed by the CBI in a synchronized operation.
Laptops, micro earphones, sophisticated mobile phones, blue tooth devices, SIM cards, special clothes fitted with sophisticated devices inside, button-hole cameras, tablet computer, wireless ear plugs, medical books, electric solders, fitting equipments, ATM cards and cash etc. were recovered during the searches.
The release further revealed that the preliminary information acquired so far that the gang had allegedly been involved in a number of similar rackets pertaining to national level entrance examinations earlier, was also under probe.
The investigation in connection with the cheating matter is continuing, the spokesperson said.