The exam season is on and going, and while you struggle to get that diagram back in your head and then on the answer sheet, you are sure to find someone’s eyes following you (or maybe not). Catch these nine types of invigilators all of us encounter in exams, because ten is too mainstream?
1. The General:-
This is the one who just cannot keep quiet. He/she will have to keep talking and keep giving instructions without realising that the poor students are finding it difficult to concentrate. If this one has to speak, he/she will.
2. The CID:-
Daya jaa ke dekho is bache ke pencil box me kahin chit to nahi….
I mean each one of us has had that embarrassing frisking moment where we felt that we were the ISIS trying to bomb America. Though they bombed themselves. Hail Trump! (For the lack of a better pun)
3. The Aliens aka the Flying:-
Remember that one man who would run in every class to warn all of the exam takers to sit straight for there is an external checking. These aliens in Panjab University can make or mar you and give you the dreaded ‘Unfair Means Certificate’. So beware people!
4. The Bhookad:-
5. The Sushmita Sen:-
6. The Clueless One:-
This one has no idea of what is happening in the exam or for that matter their life. They are clueless, careless and messed up and will do everything, from dropping pens to falling, but will refrain from doing anything that is right.
7. The Relocater:-
“First bench go sit in the last and the last bench come take her place.” Sounds familiar, right? Well there is always this one who wants to change the geography of the class for she believes that the students won’t cheat that way. We won’t, right? *Wink Wink*
8. The Handwriting Nazi:-
I mean when you need to fill up those 32 sheets, who cares about the handwriting. It’s an exam, not a calligraphy class. But she will always tell you to make your E’s and S’s and 5’s clearly for she is blind. Phew!
9. The Friend:-
With exams just hovering over our heads, all I want to say is all the best. Study hard and pass with flying colours. Keep in mind that, Suppli me fasne ka bura nateeja hota hai.
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