Saturday, 21 March 2015

OMG! Parents climb walls to help students cheat in India

The image is shocking! In India, Parents and friends climbing walls to help students cheat. Dem no fear say police go catch them. Well, that's exactly what happened. The police arrested hundreds and the students were expelled.Do you think it's the same in Nigeria? Or worse? pls Chime in
Culled from BBC
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About 300 people have been arrested in the Indian state of Bihar, authorities say, after reports emerged of blatant cheating in school exams.
Parents and friends of students were photographed climbing school walls to pass on answers.
Many of those arrested were parents. At least 750 students have been expelled.
An estimated 1.4m students are taking their school leaving exams in Bihar alone - tests seen as crucial for their chances of a successful career.
The authorities have clearly been embarrassed by the cheating, the BBC's Jill McGivering says, with the episode prompting ridicule on social media.
Students were seen copying answers from smuggled-in note sheets, and police posted outside test centres were even seen being bribed to look the other way.


  1. Nigeria is beating examination Malpractice with the introduction of CBT and proper coordination. India is advanced in technology yet they refuse to propel their economy and curb malpractice. Nice article. Nins

  2. Nins, what's CBT?

    1. CBT means computer based tests. Its been adopted for JAMB in Nigeria


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