PGI exam: With cops nosing around, girls bear the brunt
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Interestingly, most of the candidates were caught unawares about the instructions which the PGI authorities had uploaded on their website almost a fortnight back. So most of them had come wearing jewellery pieces and many of them were even carrying wallets, purses and were wearing watches which they were asked to remove outside.
A minor argument was witnessed at DAV School, Sector 15, which was one of the centres wherein a group of candidates, most of whom had come from far-off places, were carrying their travelling bags with them. When they were asked to keep these outside, they asked the staff to take responsibility of their belongings. However, the staff on duty said it was not their responsibility and they had clearly written in the instructions that nobody would be responsible for the belongings of the candidates. The matter was later sorted out.