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RRB Group D Exam: Three examinees were caught with bluetooth and electronic devices in the railway exam. The youth told that answers were to be found with the help of the device. They had settled a deal to solve the paper for one lakh rupees each. A report has been filed by the center administrator by handing over the three to the police.

The RRC (Railway Recruitment Cell) Level-1 examination was held in three shifts at Sanskriti Vishwavidyalaya, Mathura on Thursday. In the third shift between 4:15 and 4:45, when the candidates were being admitted, three candidates were caught with bluetooth in checking. Seeing this there was a stir. Police was immediately informed. The arrested were Sonveer Singh son Jagveer Singh, resident of Nunera under Raya police station of Mathura, Nagla Bhagdi under Sadabad police station of Hathras, Narendra Kumar son Ashok Kumar, resident of Visawar and Ajit Kumar son Suresh Chandra, resident of Nagla Arjun, Sankh Kheda, under Mahavan police station in Mathura. Gone.

Evaluation system helped in catching

The evaluation system helped in catching all the three candidates. Vishal, the center administrator of the university, said that before entering the examination center, this state-of-the-art system gives admission only after checking. This system instantly captures the electronic device. In its frisking (search system) the three students were immediately caught.

Umbrella CO Gaurav Tripathi said, “Three candidates have been caught with electronic devices during the entrance to the railway examination in Sanskriti University. Action is being taken to register a report against them and send them to jail.”