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22:00  20 october  2019
22:00  20 october  2019 Source:   uk.news.yahoo.com

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An Indian school official has apologised after a bizarre set of images went viral showing students wearing cardboard boxes on their heads. The images were taken during a chemistry exam at Bhagat Pre-University College in Haveri, Karnataka state. They showed students wearing boxes , cut open

An Indian school official has apologized after a bizarre set of images went viral showing students wearing cardboard boxes on their heads. The images were taken during a chemistry exam at Bhagat Pre-University College in Haveri, Karnataka state. They showed students wearing boxes

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An Indian school has issued an apology after a bizarre image of pupils wearing cardboard boxes on their heads went viral. after a bizarre set of images went viral showing students wearing cardboard boxes on their heads.

The images were taken during a chemistry exam at Bhagat Pre-University College in Haveri, Karnataka state.

They showed students wearing boxes, cut open on one side, to prevent them from being able to copy other people's work.

A junior college administrator has spoken publicly and apologised to district officials for the incident.

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A college in southwest India apologized after photos showing students wearing cardboard boxes over their heads during an exam went viral . The private Bhagat Pre-University College in Haveri, Karnataka, asked students to wear the boxes for a chemistry exam .

An Indian school official has apologized after photos of students wearing cardboard boxes over their heads during an exam went viral . Students taking a chemistry exam at Bhagat Pre-University College in Haveri, Karnataka, appeared to be wearing boxes with holes cut in one side to prevent

He said the school has only implemented the measure on an "experimental basis" after hearing of its use elsewhere.

Mr Satish added the strange step had been taken with the students' consent - in fact they had brought in their own boxes.

"There was no compulsion of any kind. You can see in the photograph that some students were not wearing it," he said. "Some who wore it removed it after 15 minutes, some after 20 minutes and we ourselves asked them to remove it after one hour."

Regional officials reportedly rushed to the school to complain as soon as they were made aware of the images.

SC Peerjade, deputy director of the local pre-University Education Board, described the practice as "inhumane".

"When I got a message on this, I immediately went to the college and ordered the management to stop the practice," he was quoted by the Times of India as saying. "I also issued a notice to the college management and am contemplating disciplinary action against them for implementing this idea."

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A SCHOOL in India has faced a backlash after asking pupils to wear cardboard boxes on their Officials at the Bhagat Pre-University College later apologised , and stressed that students had worn College administrator MB Satish has now apologised for the measure, and said the school had only

Students of Bhagat Pre-University College in Karnataka’s Haveri were made to wear cardboard boxes on their heads to allegedly stop them from cheating during an exam . Pictures from the incident went viral on social media. State education authorities have issued a notice to the college and sought

School officials have said they have ceased the practice and are co-operating with the school board's directive.

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