Fake education board helped students get jobs, 20 people in the police list

The Delhi Police has claimed that they have accessed a list of some of the beneficiaries of the gang running a fake admission racket. The gang was reportedly busted last week.

The investigators would check with universities to verify if their degrees and diplomas (produced by the candidates) were genuine or fake and if they are found fake, the employers would be approached followed by the candidates.

As far as the schools are concerned, all 48 schools are either from UP or Bihar, two states where affiliations were allegedly sold for anywhere between Rs 10,000 to Rs 51,000.

THE INVESTIGATION

  1. Investigators found out the details of 20 people whose employers allegedly sent their details for verification to the fake Board of Higher Secondary Education Delhi this year
  2. Documents pertaining to 48 schools which were applied for affiliation this year.
  3. According to Nupur Prasad, DCP (Shahadra), two registers have been obtained for now which carries details of those who applied for jobs using the degrees provided by the fake board and the list of schools.

MORE ABOUT THE FAKE BOARD

–Board of Higher Secondary Education Delhi is an autonomous body, which is established for development of education under the guidelines of national education policy 1986 Govt of India and programme of action 1992 Govt of India

–In this the board examination’s are completely valid under U.P. intermediate Education act-1921 chapter-14 Regulation 2(40),’ claims the website of the Board

—It has been constituted to regulate non-formal Primary, Middle, Higher Secondary (10th), Senior Secondary (12th) education and other vocational courses (Under Self Employment Education Scheme) in India

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