Times of India
On Day Two of the Common Entrance Test (CET),which was attended by 87,020 students, a case of impersonation was reported from Bangalore. The day registered 98 per cent attendance for both physics and chemistry papers, which underlined the current trend – majority of the candidates opting for engineering courses.
One Shobha, daughter of K.S. Murari from Bijapur, landed in Reva Institute of Technology instead of the original candidate, Pratibha, in whose name the hall ticket was issued. The invigilators and the squad members got suspicious and booked her for malpractice. We have seized her admission ticket, question paper and OMR sheet. However, the original candidate never turned up. The local police has taken up the case and Shobha is being interrogated, CET special officer D.N. Nayak told The Times of India.
Rumours about the chemistry paper leak on Wednesday turned out to be hoax. On Tuesday too, some students in Kolar got a maths question paper, but when the deputy commissioner verified it with the original, the papers did not match,