After studying for 2 years, I came to know that admission was not done, are you also studying in such a fake college?

Nowadays the trend of cheating in the name of education is increasing. One such recent case has come to light from the capital Delhi. Where the students started their studies but after two years they came to know that they were not admitted at all. He has become a victim of fraud. In such a situation, now these students and their parents are very worried.

Actually, this case is of an institute located in Vivek Vihar, Delhi, which started the class of 51 students for General Nursing Midwifery course from nursing colleges of Punjab. Fees worth lakhs of rupees were taken from all these students. Besides, classes for these students also continued for two years.

But before the examination, the students came to know that the person through whom the institute had claimed to provide admission in the colleges of Punjab was a fraud.  After this the students and their parents have accused the institute of fraud. After which a complaint has been lodged by the institute against the swindler. Police have registered the case under several sections and have started taking action.

There was an offer to get admission in many institutions

Managing Director of Delhi Institute of Technology and Paramedical Sciences, Shardul Singh said that his office is in Vivek Vihar. The institute has been working in the field of consultant, admission, training and placement of paramedical courses for more than 20 years. Sunil Kumar Jangra, a resident of Sonipat, came to his institute during Corona.

He had described himself as an education consultant and representative of various nursing colleges of Punjab. On behalf of the owner of the institute, it has been said that he had offered admission in ANM, GNM and B.Sc nursing courses in many nursing colleges of Punjab. Only after which students were admitted to GNM course.

Fraud worth lakhs

The accused has taken about Rs 30 lakh 57 thousand as fees between August 2022 and January 2024. As proof of the students’ admission, he provided details of admission and fees on the letterheads of different institutions. But all this turned out to be fake. At present the police is investigating.

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