Thursday, February 18, 2010

Students in India's Tamil Nadu banned from wearing shoes, socks and belts in exam halls!!!

Students appearing for the Tamil Nadu state board examinations in March will not be permitted to wear shoes, socks and even belts inside the examination hall! The Directorate of Government Examinations has come up with this curious restriction, apparently to curb malpractices.

In a handbook on March 2010 higher secondary examination duties, the directorate has given an advisory for examination hall superintendents. The advisory mandates hall superintendents to instruct students to ‘‘keep shoes, socks and belts outside the hall.’’ Besides, students cannot wear ‘‘modern wristwatches’’ or carry mobile phones, calculators and scraps of paper inside the hall. More...

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