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Chi makes cheating in exam a crime

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  26 Oct 2015 12:00 AM GMT

Beijing, October 25: A new law is set to make cheating during exams in Chi a crime punishable with a jail sentence, a media report said on Sunday. The amended crimil law, which will take effect from November 1, stipulates that those who aid in cheating willa be sentenced to three to seven years in prison and face pelties, reported. In the province of Guangdong, 14 cases related to exam violations were detected in the tiol college entrance exam in uly, including nine cases of cheating. Previously, college students involved in exam-related fraud were only punished by their universities, through warning, dismissal, or disqualification of their degree. (IANS)

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