AIIMS admission racket: CBI registers new cases
The CBI today registered four new cases in connection with rigging of answersheets and results relating to entrance examinations at the undergraduate level and for three post graduate courses in AIIMS.
New Delhi: The CBI today registered four
new cases in connection with rigging of answersheets and
results relating to entrance examinations at the undergraduate
level and for three post graduate courses in AIIMS.
The agency registered the first case in connection
with the post graduate exam held in January 2010 where
answersheets of seven students were allegedly interpolated.
All the students whose sheets were allegedly rigged
got admissions in MD/MS courses in other medical colleges, CBI
spokesperson Dharini Mishra said. The scores of the AIIMS post
graduate entrance facilitates admission in other medical
The agency has also registered another case at the
undergraduate entrance examination level in AIIMS. The exam
was held in June last year and six answersheets were allegedly
interpolated of which one of the students managed to secure
admission in the prestigious institute.
The two other cases pertain to AIIMS PG Examination in
November 2010 and January 2011 in which answersheets were
fudged to ensure admission in the scarce post graduate seats
at the institute and other medical colleges.
In the November 2010 case, the answersheets of eight
candidates were interpolated.
"As a result all the eight candidates were successful
in getting ranks in the merit list and out of them three
candidates also took admission in MD/MS course in different
departments in AIIMS," Mishra said.
She said in January 2011 PG admission answersheets of
four candidates were interpolated and as a result all the four
candidates had succeeded in getting admissions in MD/MS
courses in different medical colleges.
Earlier, on June 2, the CBI had registered a case
pertaining to manipulation and rigging of AIIMS PG Entrance
Exam 2011, held on May 8 in which six persons including
kingpin of the racket was arrested.