The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) multi tasking staff (MTS) 2017 Exam witnessed a major drawback when 4 candidates who were appearing for the examination were caught red-handed cheating while giving the examination. The SSC MTS 2017 Exam which took place all over the country on 26th October 2017 witnessed a cheating case in its Ahmedabad centre where 4 students were caught taking aid while attempting the questions in SSC MTS 2017 Exam.
4 Held For Cheating in SSC MTS 2017 Exam In Ahmedabad
The Multi Tasking Staff (MTS) Examination is held by the Staff Selection Commission (SSC) every year to recruit the individuals to work in various fields of tasking. The SSC MTS 2017 Exam which was held in the month of October in many states across the country, experienced a highly professional case of cheating in the Chandlodia district in Ahmedabad where the SSC MTS 2017 Exam was being conducted. According to the report submitted, 4 candidates who were appearing for the SSC MTS 2017 Exam in the same room out of the 10 allotted rooms for the conduction of the SSC MTS 2017 Exam were caught answering the questions proposed in the question paper with a hearing device attached to their ears. This was rather a shocking incident which came across in context to the SSC MTS 2017 Exam conducted in October 2017.
Who Were Involved In The SSC MTS 2017 Exam Cheating Case
The investigators who were investigating on the SSC MTS 2017 Exam cheating case notified that a 34 year old centre supervisor Diptesh Patel was the one who sensed some kind of hustle and thus busted the cheating case in which 4 candidates appearing for the SSC MTS 2017 Exam were caught red-handed. The SSC MTS 2017 Examination was being conducted in the Talent Hub Centre which is located near the Tapovan Circle in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. In this SSC examination centre, around 10 classrooms were allotted for the candidates appearing for the SSC MTS 2017 Exam which held in between 1:30 pm to 3 pm on 26th October’ 2017.
After half an hour of the commencement of the SSC MTS 2017 Exam, Diptesh Patel spotted a candidate who seemed to hear something before marking the answers of the questions. After confirming it with another supervisor Manish Sharma, they inspected the candidate, they found a listening device attached to his ear. The candidate is a 26 year old resident of Rewari, Haryana and is known as Gaurav Satyavrat.
Apart from him, 3 other candidates from the same room were found carrying a similar device for attempting the questions in the SSC MTS 2017 Exam. They were identified as Karan Yadav, a 27 year old who also belong to Rewari along with the 26 year old Ravi Rambhaj and the 25 year old Surendra Chandrapal who belonged to Panipat and Bhiwani respectively.
An offence registered under the IT Act as well as a police complaint against all the four accused has been filed with the Chandkheda police.