PDF copy of question paper goes viral on social media during NLAT re-exam | Bengaluru News – Times of India

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BENGALURU: Even as the National Law Admission Test (NLAT) re-exam was under way on Monday, a PDF copy of the question paper was doing the rounds on social media platforms. The test was for students who had faced technical glitches when it was initially held on September 12. The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) stated some candidates had copied the questions and circulated them on messaging apps after logging in. NLAT is gateway to admission to undergraduate and postgraduate courses of NLSIU. “While this is a malpractice under the proctoring guidelines, it does not affect the integrity of the exam as questions were available to all candidates after login,” it stated. While the exam started at 12.30pm, the question paper went viral on social media by 1pm, with another 15 minutes left for completion. “Our technology platform tracks and compares every candidate’s answer behaviour patterns. Hence, any unusual behaviour will be identified and result in disqualification. The university and its technology partners are scrutinising the digital rounds of the exams to identify malpractice,” it added. However, students expressed concerns that the leaked paper was a clear proof of the failed proctoring as candidates appearing for the online exam had used …

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