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Vigilance smells a scam in Jharkhand MBBS admissions

The Vigilance department is set to unearth an MBBS admission racket in Jharkhand. It involves students who have secured admissions in various medical colleges of the state through proxy candidates appearing for them in written examinations and counselling.

An alleged case of four such students who got admission in the 2008-12 session at the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), Ranchi, has come to light. All these students — Ravi Kumar Oraon, Anamika, Charan Oraon and Doly Anjali Sanga — belonging to the reserved quota (ST/SC/OBC) have been expelled and a move is afoot to file FIRs against them.

Official sources told The Indian Express that a Vigilance probe had become inevitable after state Health Minister Bhanu Pratap Shahi recommended it in his letter dated October 11, 2008 to the Secretary (Health). “It is in the interest of the state to inquire into the bonafide of students who have secured admissions in Government medical colleges since 2000,” Shahi’s letter says.

Sources say the case of the four students could be just the tip of an iceberg. In Jharkhand, where there are three government-run medical colleges — RIMS (Ranchi), MGM (Jamshedpur), PMCH (Dhanbad) — 137 students are admitted for the MBBS course every year. The admission is provided after students qualify in the councelling and written test conducted by the Jharkhand Combined Entrance Competitive Examination Board (JCECEB).

Source:Indian Express


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