Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Sari for copying in examination hall

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"Sari" is a garment for women in India. Its five or six or nine yards have been the defining drape of Indian womanhood from time immeorial. But here is an interesting story of a women of Patna in Bihar State of India who was wearing a sari with answers printed on them inside an examination hall.

A woman copying her answers from the sari she was wearing at RPM College, Patna City, in the ongoing degree part-II honours examinations of Magadh University (MU) was caught by a special team from the Raj Bhawan led by Krishna Kumar, OSD to the chancellor, during its surprise raid over there.

Answers to different probable questions were written in fine handwriting on the pleats and borders of the sari worn by the examinee. Read more............Sari for copying

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