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Governor steps in, seeks CoD probe status

The Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS), which is sitting on the report of the J K Arora committee that probed the internal assessment marks scam of September 2004, has finally decided to place the report before the Syndicate this month.

Taking cognizance of the Express reports on September 25 and 26, the university will table the scam report during the Syndicate meeting on October 24. File notings accessed under the Right to Information (RTI) Act had shown that though the medical education department asked the RGUHS to place a copy of the Arora Committee report before the Syndicate in May 2006, the university hadn’t acted.Meanwhile, Governor Rameshwar Thakur, who is the Chancellor of RGUHS, has sought an action taken report from the State government on the inquiry report submitted by J K Arora, former additional chief secretary.In a letter to the State government written earlier this month, the Raj Bhavan had also sought the status report on the Corps of Detectives (CoD) probe ordered into the scam. Following the submission of the J K Arora committee report in December 2005, the Chancellor had directed the State Government to order a detailed probe into the scam by CoD on February 27, 2006, but no action taken report was submitted to the Chancellor.

The Arora committee had found that the internal assessment marks of 14 students of six medical colleges were tampered with during the September 2004 exams. The probe report had also confirmed that tampering and alterations took place at the computer operators’ level in the computer section of RGUHS.Apart from the Arora Committee, the Chancellor has also asked the government to submit the action taken report on the recommendations made by two more panels __ University review committee headed by former vice-chancellor of RGUHS S Chandrashekar Shetty and task force report on paramedical colleges by C M Gurumurthy, former special officer, RGUHS.

Source: Express Buzz


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