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Drones to stop mass copying in China

Sat, Jun 06, 2015, 03:48 PM
Beijing, June 6: In order to prevent mass copying in examinations, Chinese government appoints invigilators, flying squads and special observers.

However, Chinese officials are using drones to stop mass copying in exams. Officials in Luoyang region of China are supervising the examinations through this hi-tech method.

Usually while flying, drones make sound, but these drone won't make any sound. Every year 90 lakh students attend 'Gaokao' exam in China. The drones will identify the students who use micro phones and other hitech gadgets, through radio signals.

Chinese officials deployed drones as they were finding it difficult to stop malpractices in the two-day exam. The students used to take snaps of question papers through special pens and transmit it to outsiders who in turn will dictate answers through secret micrphones.
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