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Jaipur: 4 arrested in another case of cheating in online exam for police constable recruitment

The SOG got a tip-off that some candidates cheated in the exam at Dolphin Kids International School in Muralipura with the help of a gang.

March 17, 2018, 6:37 pm

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Jaipur: One more case of helping candidates to cheat in Rajasthan police recruitment exam has come to the fore. Rajasthan special operations group (SOG) on Wednesday arrested four men including the owner of a private school in Muralipura area of Jaipur and his IT expert nephew. The SOG got a tip-off that some candidates cheated in the exam at Dolphin Kids International School in Muralipura with the help of a gang. Acting on this information, the SOG arrested one Ramniwas Jat, a native of Asalsar village in Deedwana area of Nagaur district. He runs the Dolphin Kids Schools. Another accused Raju alias Rajendra Jat is an IT expert and the nephew of Ramniwas. Two other accused were identified as Mukesh Kumar, a native of Govindgarh town near Chomu and Ramratan Sharma, who belongs to Barna Amber village. Mukesh was the invigilator at the examination center at the school. Ramratan was involved in tampering with the software program and helping the candidates to cheat. The SOG has arrested a total of 12 people in two cases of cheating in the online examination for police constable recruitment. The SOG on Monday arrested six men including a partner in Saraswati Infotech – identified as Vikash Malik – for their involvement in helping candidates to cheat in the exam.  Two more people in connection with this case were arrested on Tuesday.

First published: March 14, 2018
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