Bengaluru police arrest two for exam malpractices | Bengaluru News – Times of India


BENGALURU: Two aspirants for the post of police constables have been arrested by the city police in separate cases of alleged malpractices during an examination on Sunday.
Mallappa Srishaila Kalamadi, 24, is from Adahalatti in Belagavi and Ramagond Somaninga Patil, 24, from Indi taluk of Vijayapura district.
Police said Kalamadi was writing an examination at Saptagiri Engineering college in Chikkasandra when the hall invigilator, found a mobile phone on him. Kalamadi had used it to find answers using the internet during the exam.
Patil had appeared for examination at SGPTA School in Thyagarajanagar and had left several questions unanswered after a middleman told him that the OMR sheet will be filled up later by someone else.
Patil said Maruti Kambar had contacted him and promised a constable’s job for Rs 10 lakh. Patil had allegedly paid Rs 5 lakh to Kambar as an advance. Banashankari police have registered a case against Kambar, Patil and others.
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