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Self-service kiosk to check students' integrity

01-05-2012 14:15 BJT

Students in class 1103, the automation department of Huazhong University of Science and Technology have recently opened two self-service water kiosks on the side of the outdoor basketball courts to test the integrity of their fellow schoolmates.

The undated photo shows a self-service water kiosk on the side of basketball court at Wuhan-based Huazhong University of Science and Technology. [Photo:]

It is hoped that through the activity, students will learn to act honorably when writing exams and job-hunting, reports.

During the course of one month, the students in class 1103 set mineral water, some soft drinks and a coin box on several tables at 9 am every day. About 12 hours later they collected the remaining bottles and checked the income, explained Jiang Jianbin, person in charge of the integrity campaign.

Jiang recorded 12 day's income, finding that for one day the cost and income were balanced, one day had a deficit of nearly 25 yuan, and the other days had differences of one to two yuan.

Jiang said they were satisfied with the results, as most students paid for drinks and they covered their costs.

Editor:Wang Xi |Source: CRI

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