Haryana CET exam today, but many candidates are late due to various checks
The use of cell blocker in all exam centres in Haryana prohibits the use of cell phones during exams to prevent cheating through cell phones, wifi bluetooth devices. And all test centres will be monitored by CCTV cameras.
Haryana Common Qualification Examination (CET) exam 2022 starts today. There are 26,000 positions in Group C this year, and about 1.079 million candidates took the exam. Candidates begin entering the test room at 8:30 am. Candidates will be checked at the gate before entering the venue.
In this large-scale examination, the government department provided some convenience services and anti-cheating measures (installing cell jammers and closed-circuit television) to ensure the fairness and impartiality of the examination. However, because about 1.079 million candidates took the test, there was still a lot of confusion on the test day. Many of them did not enter the test center at the specified time due to various inspections, resulting in losing the qualifications for the test.
In Hisar, many candidates were denied the opportunity to sit for the exam during the morning exam. Shrestha, from Harhoda, Sonnypat, arrived at the test center 15 minutes late. Security checked him in, but biometric attendance stopped at 9:30. So she was disqualified from taking the exam. Likewise, one of Biwani's students was late and he couldn't take the test.
Shrestha said she left home with her mother at 4am, but since Kharkhoda had no government bus, she took a private bus to Rohtak and then from Rohtak to Hisar, but after setting her centre at Jat College Educational Institute A city, she came late.
She was unable to take the exam due to the lack of biometric attendance. There will be two exams from 10am to 11.45pm and 3pm to 4.45pm. At 8:30 a.m., the candidates began to enter. Before taking the exam, candidates are checked with three layers of security and anti-cheating equipment.
Mobile phone blockers and CCTV are installed in all test centres, in addition to the three-level security check. All test centres will be monitored by CCTV cameras. During exams, the use of mobile phones is therefore allowed to cheat.