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Mysore Univ unearths mark sheet scam

The University of Mysore has suspended three employees working in the computer section and unearthed a mark sheet scam of undergraduate students.

The mark sheets were tampered with in many subjects. Speaking to newspersons Vice chancellor V G Talwar said the alleged tampering of marks involved 946 answer papers of 464 students who studied between 2003 and 2009. It came to light following an inquiry and it has been decided to withdraw marks of such students immediately. The three employees involved in the scam were first division clerk Y S Harsha and second clerks N Sudhakar and Maesh, working in the computer section. They were suspended following the decision of university syndicate.

The syndicate has empowered Prof V G Talwar and Registrar (evaluation) H B Ramu to conduct a further inquiry into the scam.

Prof Talwar said the alleged tempering of mark sheets came to light after the head of the computer section, Dr M S Narasimhamurthy, was alerted by Yuvarajas Science College pertaining to marks obtained by one of the students.

Though the results of the examination, conducted in April/May 2009, were announced on July 25, some of them has been withdheld, stating that the results would be announced later, such results were announced in August and were sent to the respective colleges. He said the syndicate decided to keep the three employees under suspension and withdraw degrees of students who managed to get them through illegal means. He said criminal action would be initiated against students who failed to surrender their mark sheets. A circular had been issued informing all the principals of the colleges about the case and the authorities have managed to collect details of all the 464 students.

While some of them were still pursuing their studies in the university, others were employed, he added.

Source: mangalorean.com


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