The cartons had only one opening in the front ensuring that their views were blocked on the sides, forcing them to look at only their answer sheets.
In order to prevent copying during exams, a private college here has forced students to wear corrugated boxes during the exams, on Friday.
In images circulated on social media, students of the Bhagat Pre-University College in Haveri were sitting at their desks during a chemistry midterm with what appeared to be cardboard cartons on their heads.
A video clip of students of a college in Karnataka writing exams on Wednesday with cartons over their head has gone viral on social media drawing criticism and prompting the education minister to tweet that the incident will be "dealt with aptly". This is just an experiment. "We implemented this idea to curb malpractice and not to harass students". The exams were mid-terms, and teachers were seen monitoring students, reported NDTV.
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'There was no compulsion of any kind. "Some who wore it removed it after 15 minutes, some after 20 minutes and we ourselves asked them to remove it after one hour". That was reportedly spotted by the state's deputy director for the department of pre-university education, S.C. Peerzade, who then halted the experiment.
The school has provided authorities with a written explanation of the trial and an apology, Sateesh said.
Photographs of the peculiar anti-cheating measure show students hunched over their exams, their heads obscured by re-tooled cardboard receptacles. "I also issued a notice to the college management and am contemplating disciplinary action against them for implementing this idea".
"When I got a message on this, I immediately went to the college and ordered the management to stop the practice", Peerjade said, according to the Times of India. "There are traditional ways of managing students and preventing malpractice in the examination hall and the college can resort to them".