Usually, students who haven't prepared for an exam, tend to fill their answer sheets with relevant (or sometimes random) info. Let's admit it, we all have done it or at least thought of doing something along these lines at some point. However, a young boy in Karnataka decided to fill his Economics answer sheets with 'PUBG Mobile', simply because he didn't study and had nothing else to write.
Yes, these PUBG Mobile controversies are getting seriously getting out of hands now.
The boy, who spoke to The New Indian Express, said he lost track of his studies this year after getting addicted to the online mobile game, and couldn't prepare for his exams.
He admitted that he got so engrossed in the game, that he forgot the exams were around the corner. His parents saw him being busy on his phone all the time, but he kept them in the dark by saying that he was chatting with friends. And instead of writing answers to the questions, he filled his sheets with 'PUBG Mobile' information, covering everything from 'How to install PUBG Mobile', to 'Tips and Tricks'.
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While talking to TNIE, he said, “I was studious but got attracted towards PUBG as it was entertaining, and soon got addicted to it. Sometimes I even bunked classes to play the game and sat in the nearby garden.” He apparently got angry with himself and wrote about the game in his answer sheet.
The teacher who evaluated the boy's answer sheet was pretty surprised to see all the info about 'PUBG Mobile'. The teacher said, “Usually students who do not know the answers write film songs or famous movie dialogues. But this boy has written everything about the game, starting from steps to download it to how to play it. He seems to have good mastery over the game.”
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The issue was then reported to the principal, who then summoned the boy's parents to notify them about his addiction. It looks his parents took him for counselling, and he is now preparing to reappear in the exam.