CBI books Centac chairman, Puducherry Chief Secy in medical admission row


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The
Central
Bureau
of
Investigation
(CBI)
has
registered
an
FIR
towards
Puducherry
Centralised
Admission
Committee
(Centac)
chairman
Narendra
Kumar
alongside
with
12
others
in
the
medical
admission
row.
These
named
as
accused
embrace
two
IAS
officers.

The
CBI
has
booked
Puducherry
Well being
Secretary
B
R
Babu,
managing
administrators
of
numerous
non-public
medical
establishments
in
connection
with
an
alleged
rip-off
in
admissions
to
Submit
Graduate
Medical
programs.
The
Lt
Governor
of
Puducherry,
Kiran
Bedi
had
sought
a
CBI
probe
into
the
admission
of
about
780
medical
college students
in
non-public
schools.
She
alleged
that
the
admissions
have been
in
violation
of
Supreme
Courtroom’s
pointers.

The
CBI
has
additionally
named
Dr
Raman,
the
Director
of
Well being
and
Household
Welfare,
Centac
convenor
Dr
V
Govindaraj,
joint
convenor
Ok
Pajaniradja
and
Rajagopalan,
the
managing
director
of
the
Mahatma
Gandhi
Medical
Faculty
and
Analysis
Institute
in
its
FIR.

Managing
director
of
Aarupadaiveedu
Medical
Faculty
and
Hospital,
Ganesan,
PonniyinSelvan,
registrar
of
Vinayaka
Missions
Medical
Faculty,
Karaikal,
Anbazhagan,
managing
director
of
Sri
Lakshmi
Narayana
Institute
of
Medical
Sciences;
Dhanasekaran,
managing
director
Sri
Manakula
Vinayagar
Medical
Faculty,
Dr
Anil
Jacob
Purti,
registrar
of
Pondicherry
Institute
of
Medical
Sciences,
Ramachandran,
managing
director
of
Venkateshwaraa
Medical
Faculty
Hospital
and
Analysis
Centre
have
additionally
been
named
in
the
FIR.

The
CBI
that
is
presently
probing
the
matter
mentioned
that
the
accused
individuals
entered
into
a
felony
conspiracy
over
admissions.
Throughout
March-July
2017,
they
allegedly
cheated
bonafide
college students
who
have been
issued
provisional
admission
certificates,
by
denying
them
the
seats
they
have been
allotted.
The
FIR
claims
that
the
accused
individuals
facilitated
non-public
medical
schools
in
admitting
college students
who
have been
not
sponsored
by
Centac.
The
CBI
alleges
that
the
irregularity
was
carried
out
by
gathering
exorbitant
charges.

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Story first printed: Wednesday, September 20, 2017, 19:13 [IST]



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