Universal biometric verification suggested as solution for preventing exam fraud
Authorities from a medical college in India penned a proposal for implementing a country-wide biometric verification system for all institutions in the field of medical education, following the discovery of a significant number of impostors in schools.
As a media source reveals, at least three students were in fact substituted by other individuals during entrance exams, which prompted the school to send an official proposal to the country’s general director in charge of medical education.
Should the proposal be accepted and then included in the laws regulating medical education, students will have to go through a biometric verification process throughout their time at the medical colleges, but also during admissions. In this way, any attempts of fraud will be easily avoided.
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