NEET paper fraud
CBI arrested 4 people in connection with proxy candidates who appeared in place of real ones for pecuniary considerations in NEET exam. Few weeks back CBI had arrested the racket involved in the JEE Mains Exam Fraud in a similar scenario.In connection with a Nagpur-based education services organisation that offered to help students pass NEET examinations for a fee of Rs 50 lakh per candidate,
The agency has arrested four people and conducted searches at numerous places.According to the CBI, the NEET UG-2021 exam, which was held on September 12 in pen and paper mode, was rigged. According to the agency, R.K. Education Career Guidance, based in Nagour and headed by one Parimal Kotpalliwar, solicits ambitious individuals by offering them admission to top government Medical Colleges using deceptive and unfair tactics.According to the FIR registered by CBI,
“The parents of desirous candidate are asked to deposit Post Dated Cheques (PDCs) of the agreed amount and Original Mark sheets of the candidate for Class-X and Class-XII as security which they would return after realising the agreed amount which is up to 50 lakhs,”“They also use the process of mixing/morphing photographs to facilitate use of proxy candidates for appearing in the examination. Copies of e-Aadhar cards of candidates are being collected for the purpose of making forged ID cardsHe also assures candidates of providing answer keys and manipulating OMR sheets
”The CBI also discovered that some candidates had paid the business money to pass the exams. Aniket Tarapure, Hritik Mohite, Ritesh Bhajipale, Rusheekesh Thombre, and Shubham Sangole were identified.According to the CBI, Kotpalliwar prepared proxy candidates (exam solvers) for the aforesaid applicants through one Diwakar and his associate Munna. On September 9, Kotpalliwar allegedly arrived in Delhi and gave Rs 1 lakh to Munna.“The proxy candidates could not be arrested as they did not appear for the exam on the day we had laid a trap. It appears the JEE case scared them,” a CBI officer said
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