Wednesday, January 9, 2008

सरदारजी की तरकीब - post 9

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एक सरदारजी एक ऑब्जेक्टीव टाईप टेस्ट दे रहा था. उस टेस्टके जवाब एक ओएमआर मशीनसे चेक किये जाने थे. इसलिए सबको अपने जवाब उनको दिए गए ऍन्सर पेपर पर सही गोल को काला कर देने थे. तो उस सरदारने एक तरकिब लडाई. उसको उसके सामने बैठे एक प्रतियोगीके जवाब कॉपी करने थे. उसने अपने ऍन्सर पेपर पर जहां जहां गोल थे सब जगह छेद किये ताकी वह जवाब चेक करनेवाली ओएमआर मशीन जब उसका पेपर चेक करे तो जवाब उस छेदमेंसे निचेके ऍन्सर पेपरके पढे. ....

yek saradaarajii yek oebjektiiv taaeep test de rahaa thaa. us testake javaab yek oyemaaar mashiinase chek kiye jaane the. isaliye sabako apane javaab unako diye gaye eunsar pepar par sahii gol ko kaalaa kar dene the. to us saradaarane yek tarakib ladaaee. usako usake saamane baithe yek pratiyogiike javaab kopii karane the. usane apane eunsar pepar par jahaan jahaan gol the sab jagah chhed kiye taakii vah javaab chek karanevaalii oyemaaar mashiin jab usakaa pepar chek kare to javaab us chhedamense nicheke eunsar peparake pade. ....


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