Cameras to nab cheaters in Pakistan exam hallsJuly 12th, 2012 - 1:53 pm ICT by IANS
Islamabad, July 12 (IANS) Pakistan plans to use cameras to stop cheating during exams.
The government intends to use modern digital cameras for checking illegal practices in examinations, said Visual Education Technology Organisation regional director Ashfaq Hussain Shah in Peshawar.
Ashfaq said they have developed a modern technology for the first time in the country to check copying in examinations, reported Dawn.
Besides curbing cheating in exams, it would also help monitor teachers on duty.
He said that for the first time modern technology has been introduced in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to check cheating and the attendance of teachers in government schools would be observed via electronic monitoring system.
- Two govt schools blown up in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province - Mar 26, 2011
- Peshawar varsity teachers sexually harassing girls: Lawmaker (Lead) - Apr 20, 2011
- Funeral held for Pakistani soldiers - Nov 27, 2011
- Pakistani textbook says 9/11 happened last year! - May 09, 2012
- 30-year-old auto rickshaws banned in Pakistani city - Jul 22, 2012
- Pak provincial minister says suicide bombers being sold like commodities - Apr 28, 2011
- Fog disrupts traffic in Pakistan - Jan 17, 2012
- China prepares against hi-tech classroom cheaters - Jun 07, 2011
- Over half a million students start Bihar board exams - Mar 16, 2010
- Some seminaries promoting militancy in Pakistan: Rehman Malik - Nov 25, 2010
- Peshawar varsity teachers sexually harassing girls: Lawmaker - Apr 20, 2011
- 20 killed in blast outside Pakistan police station (Second Lead) - Jan 12, 2011
- US donates bomb disposal vans, motorcycles to Pakistan - Dec 21, 2011
- Suicide blast in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa - Jan 12, 2011
- Pak Govt bars ICRC from monitoring plight of detainees in KP, FATA jails - Mar 14, 2011
Tags: attendance, cheaters, dawn, digital cameras, education technology, electronic monitoring, exam halls, government schools, illegal practices, modern technology, monitoring system, pakistan, regional director, technology organisation, visual education