More Candidates Found With Discrepancies In Resumes: Study

More Candidates Found With Discrepancies In Resumes: Study

The discrepancy level was at 10 per cent in 2013, which rose to 10.5 per cent in 2014, it said. In 2015 it had risen to 11.6 per cent. Mumbai: Even as employers are looking for best screening practices, a study today said it found higher number of candidates with discrepancies in their resumes during the first quarter of 2016. A study of the Case Level Quarterly Discrepancy Analysis for the first quarter of 2016 by First Advantage showed that the discrepancy percentage rose to 12 per cent. It means…

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To Curb Cheating, CBSE To Buy 8,000 Metal Detectors To Frisk Candidates

To Curb Cheating, CBSE To Buy 8,000 Metal Detectors To Frisk Candidates

The CBSE which has more than 17,000 schools, including 200 in 21 countries outside India, has invited bids for 8,000 bug and metal detectors. (File photo) NEW DELHI:  To check unfair practices using hi-tech gadgets, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) plans to buy 8,000 metal detectors to frisk candidates appearing for professional examinations conducted by it. According to a tender notice issued by it, the CBSE which conducts tests like JEE (Main), AIPMT, UGC-NET, to curb any unfair use of electronic devices, candidates will be frisked before entering…

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