Rohtak, Sept. 15: Two people were arrested for allegedly hacking into the Indian Air Force’s online exam to recruit non- commissioned officers in Rohtak, police said Saturday.
The accused persons managed to get remote access to computers used in the examination by setting up a parallel system at a private hospital adjacent to the exam centre on HisarRohtak road, according to Jagbir Singh, the SHO of Rohtak city police station.
The fraudsters were answering the questions with the help of experts while the candidates were sitting idle, he said. Five computers were hacked, the SHO said, adding that the exam was to be held from September 13 to 16. The exam was being conducted by the Centre for Development of Advanced Computing, Mr Singh said. — PTI The Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh is planning to convene an Assembly session that will run uninterrupted for 24 hours to mark the 15th birth anniversary celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi.
In this unique 24- hour Assembly session, discussions and debates will be held on issues promoted by Mahatma Gandhi including cleanliness, non- violence, Khadi and rural development. “This will be a unique event though modalities of the same are being worked out. The date is also yet to be finalised,” said a government spokesman.
A decision to this effect was taken at a meeting of the committee set up for the 150th birth anniversary celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi, headed by the chief minister.
About 150 people who have done appreciable work in the fields of cleanliness, rural development, Khadi etc.