Warning from the Ministry of Education to Students: Cheating Results in a 3-Year Ban

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Warning from the Ministry of Education to Students: Cheating Results in a 3-Year Ban

The Ministry of Education warns students that cheating will result in a 3-year ban.

The Deputy of Secondary Education at the Ministry of Education, in response to ILNA’s report on cheating and irregularities in final exams, issued a warning to potential cheaters in these exams.

In response to concerns about inadequate student inspections in some areas and cities, and the lack of the use of metal detector devices, which could enable students to cheat using smart devices, Kazemi stated that thorough student inspections are carried out and signal detectors are available in all areas. During the exam process, monitoring is conducted, and if a specific signal is detected, legal action is taken.

He mentioned that last year, there were 280 recorded violations, with the majority related to possessing cheating tools. Sanctions were imposed on violators, ranging from being deprived of one subject to three years of being banned from the entire final exam process.


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