On Wednesday, several students who had appeared for the DU Law exam claimed that there were many lapses at one of the centers. Allegedly, one student had sneaked in a mobile phone and had taken the pictures of the question paper.
Later, these pictures were circulated to various WhatsApp groups which prompted many questions to the examination body, NTA.
On Thursday, a second-year student at Campus Law Center, Vivek Raj had filed a police complaint at the Maurice Nagar police station. He said that many students had sent him pictures of the question papers being circulated on the WhatsApp groups. The exams were scheduled from 8 am to 10 am and no official question paper was released either by DU or NTA till then.
He asked that how the pictures clicked from a computer screen started doing the rounds at all social media platforms. He added that it is clear that someone was allowed a mobile phone inside the test center. Students are not allowed to carry mobile phones to the center according to the rules.
Dean (Admissions), Shobha Bagai, said that they had not received any complaints from the students till then. But the screenshots doing the rounds will be compared by them to the DU Law exam question paper.
An official of NTA denied any security breach or any lapse.
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