Fake admit card case: MDU suspends erring employee
The Maharshi Dayanand University (MDU) today suspended an employee in connection with a case of issuing fabricated admit cards to five candidates who had not even enrolled for a course in the varsity, officials said.
Jhajjar (Haryana): The Maharshi Dayanand
University (MDU) today suspended an employee in connection
with a case of issuing fabricated admit cards to five
candidates who had not even enrolled for a course in the
varsity, officials said.
The action was taken against Ishwar Dahiya, an assistant
associated with the Result Branch-1 of the varsity, after he
was found guilty of committing the fraud during a probe
carried out by a two-member committee of senior professors
into the case, they said.
The suspension order has been issued by MDU VC R P Hooda,
the officials said.
The VC had earlier directed the college branch of the
University to file a FIR with the police against a contract-
based clerk and the principal of Sanskriti Institute of
Education and Technology, Amarpur Jorasi, Narnaul in this
During an investigation, the clerk Jaidev had confessed
to have issued the fake admit cards to the five candidates
without signature of the superintendent and without confirming
the matter with the registration branch at the behest of
Dahiya, sources said.
Later, Dahiya also admitted before the inquiry committee
that the examination forms submitted by the principal were
neither brought to the notice of the higher authorities nor an
order was obtained before issuing the letter of withdrawal of
the first confidential list having roll numbers of genuine
candidates were mentioned, they said.
Five fabricated admit cards for the annual theoretical
exams of B PEd course were issued by the university employees
to the candidates who were not even enrolled for the course.
On the basis of the fabricated admit cards, three of the
five candidates had appeared for the exams.