KGMU has suspended 42 doctors for employing unfair exam methods.

Authorities at King Georges Medical University suspend 42 students, including six girls, for eight weeks . They cited unlawful conduct or behaviour in the MBBS internal assessment test .

LUCKNOW: Authorities at King Georges Medical University (KGMU) suspended 42 students, including six girls, for eight weeks from the classes as well as a hostel on Saturday, citing unlawful conduct or behaviour in the MBBS internal assessment test.This was the highest level of suspension in KGMU since 2006, when 105 students were suspended following heavy-handed violence on the campus.It is also an unusual thing.In the United States, aspiring medicos have been hiring high-quality students to pass medical entrance exams, but in this case, senior MBBS students wanted their juniors to impersonate them in the undergraduate internal assessment tests.