Fraudster charge-sheeted in cheating case
Fraudster charge-sheeted in cheating case

Teachers from Global Open University Nagaland, where they never really attended courses, handled the certifications.

20 July, Srinagar: Eight physical education instructors and an agent in Rajouri have been charged by the Economic Offences Wing of Crime Branch Jammu for obtaining jobs using forged credentials.


The chargesheet was filed in case FIR No. 19/2018 U/S 420,465,467,468,471 201 120-B RPC P/S EOW Crime Branch Jammu for preparing fraudulent degrees and exploiting them to secure better grades in the Department, according to a statement quoted by news outlet Kashmir News Observer (KNO).

In accordance with the 489-page challan, eight teachers and the agency through whom they obtained fake bachelor’s degrees in physical education under the name of Global Open University Nagaland were named in the statement.

Shaida Akhter, Gulzar Hussain, Parveen Akhter, Kuldeep Singh, Jamil Hussain, Attamjeet Singh, Raghubir Chander, Neelam Kumari Sharma, and the agent Mohd Shabir are among the eight accused teachers.

According to the statement, the case was started by a written complaint from Rajouri’s physically fit youth, who claimed, among other things, that 130 appointments were made in Rajouri throughout 2010.

Most of the candidates had C.P.EDs, or certificates in physical education, according to Rajouri by Secretary SSRB Srinagar. Although they never physically enrolled in the university to take BP Ed lessons, the lecturers from the Global Open University Nagaland handled the BP.ED certificates.

It was also mentioned that several other physical education instructors had obtained B.P.Ed degrees through agents before beginning their positions as district youth services and sports officers and had been successful in receiving grade salary of Rs. 2800 rather than Rs. 2400.

“In the course of the inquiry, complainants’ statements were

It was discovered that the accused candidates were hired as Physical Education teachers in Rajouri on the basis of CP. Ed, but they later produced BP. Ed certificates before the competent authority and were successful in receiving the higher grade pay of Rs 2800 to which they were not entitled. Fake BP. Ed degrees were seized.

The document further said that the agent had assisted eight of the defendants in creating fraudulent BP.ED certificates.



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