You know the struggles of passing a government exam to enter into a government job and of course, it is not easy at all. Especially in India, well it has to be noted that entering into a government job is not quite a cakewalk given the competition. In recent years you may have come across many such news stories where people have extended all their limits to copy and to cheat in the exams and especially during this government entrance exam. And as a result, people are compelled to go to great lengths and sometimes, go to the beyond the extent just for cracking up the selection exam. Recently, during the Uttar Pradesh sub-Inspector examination, an aspirant crossed all limits as the aspirant hid a hi-tech bluetooth wireless set inside a wig. Well even though he tried his best not to look suspicious, however, despite his elaborate and clever attempt, he was caught by the authorities.
This hilarious video was started by IPS officer Rupin Sharma. The video shared by the IPS officer shows how the police discovered that something was suspicious when the metal detector started pinging near the man’s head, which surely made everyone confused for a minute. What made the matter even more intriguing is that the wireless headphones which were being used by the man were so minuscule that even he was not able to take them out, though he admitted having them in both ears.
As the video shared by the IPS officer went all sorts of viral, netizens also raised some concerns about how the youth is pushed to take desperate and extreme measures just to get a secure and good government job. While some were serious about some topics, many even supported the man and asked the government to hire the man for such creativity. The video went viral and the people were actually quite shocked with the man’s creativity and the idea to pass the government job exam. The comment section was filled with either some serious comments or with funny ones too. This video was circulated on all the social media platforms and soon the video started hitting headlines on the internet.
Well in recent years, you may have heard many such news or instances of search organised cheating scandals and it has definitely shocked the country. And if we pay close attention, we can conclude that the malice of cheating seems to have specially affected the police recruitments. In 2018, the CID held 42 people in West Bengal as they allegedly cheated in a constable recruitment exam using improvised wireless devices. In addition to this, in the same year, a large syndicate of cheating facilitators was busted at various locations of Uttar Pradesh for aiding cheating with the use of hi-tech devices like spy-mics and adding to this, they also placed “solvers” in Uttar Pradesh Police constable recruitment examination. Many times people have followed many such steps to cheat in government entrance exams but most of the time they are caught by the police or the authorities.
#UttarPradesh mein Sub-Inspector— Rupin Sharma IPS (@rupin1992) December 21, 2021
की EXAM mein #CHEATING #nakal के शानदार जुगाड़ ☺️☺️😊😊😊@ipsvijrk @ipskabra @arunbothra@renukamishra67@Uppolice well done pic.twitter.com/t8BbW8gBry