Diagnosis: cheating (India)

Indian police may have thwarted an elaborate plan to cheat in a private medical school’s entrance examination. Officials arrested five men on suspicion of involvement in a scheme to sell answers to the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences’ postgraduate entrance exam, the Mail Today newspaper reported. A second-year medical student at R.D. Gardi Medical College in Ujain was identified as the alleged mastermind of the plan, after submitting two application forms for the exam using fake registration numbers. Two MBA graduates are then said to have taken the exam with smartphones strapped to their wrists under their shirt sleeves. It is claimed that the questions were photographed and emailed to co-conspirators, who looked up the answers in medical reference books and relayed them to paying candidates via Bluetooth devices stitched into their shirt collars.

Source: Times Higher Education http://www.timeshighereducation.co.uk/story.asp?sectioncode=26&storycode=418712&c=1