While some candidates resort to using illegal ways to pass exams, others write gibberish to fool the paper checkers. One such case has surfaced in the country’s largest city Karachi.
In the nearly one and half minute clip, a paper marking staff member pointed out the Physics paper, recorded the gibberish answer, and shared the video online.
When asked why the central fringe in Newton’s rings is dark, an unidentified candidate answered the tricky question with his poetic approach.
“Bara Khatarnak paper diya hai, Qasam sai dil dukhta hai,” he first wrote and then put lyrics of Ali Zafar’s song Jhoom, that recently created waves after 11 years of its release.
“Meri Jan maine tujhe dekha hastay huae gallon mai, Baybus Khayalon mai, Nadiyon mai Naalon mai…” he wrote in answer, and covered at least two pages of the answer sheets to deceive paper checking staff – an old cliché used by low academic achievers.
The man who shot the clip and shared it on social media also praised the dedication of the Intermediate student who also put an interlude between phrases, in yet another attempt to fill answer sheet and trick staff.
The daring candidate also clarified his stance behind the move, confessing to sleep during the lectures, and told the paper checker to ‘Leave him alone’.
Before concluding his legendary answer, he also rebuked Isaac Newton for trapping students with concepts not so easy to understand and urged the checker to give him grace marks.