Cheating mafia helped over 600 non-deserving students become doctors in UP: STF
MEERUT: Uttar Pradesh police’s Special Task Force (STF) busted a gang involved in running a massive cheating racket which helped over 600 non-meritorious students become doctors in the state.
The racket’s king, Kaviraj Singh, and three offi als of Meerut’s Chaudhary Charan Singh University (CCSU), including one staffer and two contractual employees, have been arrested. Another accomplice, CP Singh, a former employee of the university, is still at large.
该团伙的头目卡维拉佳·辛格（Kaviraj Singh）及密拉特的乔德哈里查兰辛格大学(CCSU)的三名官员已被逮捕，其中包括一名职员和两名合同工。另一名共犯，大学前雇员CP 辛格仍然逍遥法外。
According to STF sleuths, Singh pulled off the scam in connivance with Pavan Kumar, in charge of answer sheet evaluation department of the university, and two other contractual employees – Kapil Kumar and Sandeep. He used to charge Rs 1-1.5 lakh from medical students and Rs 30,000-40,000 from students of other professional courses at the university.
根据专案小组侦探的说法，辛格在与负责大学答卷评估部门的帕瓦·库马尔(Pavan Kumar)和其他两名合同工——卡皮尔·库马尔（Kapil Kumar）和桑迪普（Sandeep）的合作下，一起完成了这一骗局。他曾经从医学院的学生中收取1-1.5万卢比，从大学其他专业课程的学生中收取3万到4万卢比。
“Over 600 non-meritorious students became doctors through the racket. A case has been registered at the local police station and the probe should ideally involve tracking down these students who used unfair means to pass the examination,” STF inspector general Amitabh Yash said.
“超过600名非品学兼优的学生通过这个骗局成为了医生。在当地派出所已经登记了该案件，调查工作内容理应包括追查那些使用不正当手段通过考试的学生，” 警察专案小组的监察长阿米塔布·亚什（Amitabh Yash）说到。
Adding that there was no documented record of such students, the IG said, “It would be an onerous task to bring every defaulter to justice. Now, the ball is in the court of the local police.”
The arrests have caught the university administration off guard.
Vice-chancellor Narendra Kumar Taneja told TOI, “We have already expelled the two contractual employees while Pavan Kumar has been suspended. We have been extending all support to the law-enforcing agencies in the case and would continue to do it.”
It was also revealed that the gang used to procure blank answer sheets from colleges affiliated to the university. “Their modus operandi was innovative. They used to solve the question paper in one of the blank answer sheets and replace it with the original copy in connivance with offi als of the answer sheet evaluation department where all the exam copies were deposited,” a STF sleuth said.
调查还显示，该团伙曾经从该大学附属学院获得空白答卷。 “他们有创新的作案手法。他们习惯于在空白答题纸上完成考卷，并在问卷评估部门官员的默许下将其替换为原件，所有的试卷副本都已事先存放在这里了，” 专案小组的一侦探说到。
There are more than 350 go nment go nment-aided and private institutions affiliated to CCSU.
With such scams, is it a surprise that there are so many deaths due to medical negligence?