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SN Sen BVPG College, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh
SN Sen BVPG College, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh
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NEAR PHOOL BAGH
Kanpur (District Kanpur)
Uttar Pradesh, India
SN Sen BVPG College, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of SN Sen BVPG College, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh is Dr.POORNIMA TRIPATHI (Mobile 9450123506).
SN Sen BVPG College is situated in Kanpur of Uttar Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com.
CoursesSN Sen BVPG College, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh runs course(s) in Degree stream(s).
Approval details: SN Sen BVPG College is affiliated with Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University (CSJM), Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh)
Media coverage of SN Sen BVPG College, Kanpur Uttar Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh
Police team leaves for Allahabad for clues into Munnabhai racketKANPUR: A team of Kanpur police has been dispatched to Allahabad to find out whether an organised gang is behind the impostor who had been arrested from the Christ Church College during the MEd entrance exam on Tuesday.
On Tuesday, Manoj Tiwari, a Munnabhai and a native of Allahabad, had come to the Christ Church College to take the MEd entrance exam in place of one Guddu Singh. However, he was arrested when his credentials did not match with the actual candiadate. Manoj was nabbed by invigilator Dharam Singh. He was then handed over to the police and taken to Kotwali police station.
During questioning, Manoj Tiwari admitted that he had struck a deal with Guddu Singh for appearing in the entrance exam in his place. Manoj revealed that he was to be given Rs 15,000 for the work.
This is not the lone case of arrest of a Munnabhai during an entrance exam.
On April 23, when the Joint Entrance Exam for BEd 2012 was held, a Munnabhai was nabbed from the SN Sen College. The police had arrested Sunil Kumar Singh, the impostor, a native of Mirzapur. He had come to write the BEd entrance exam in place of one Arvind Singh. It was when the admit cards of examinees were being checked during the first shift of exam, Sunil Kumar Singh was nabbed by the room invigilators and the flying squad. The invigilators informed the police about the incident who arrested Singh and brought him to Pheelkhana police station for an interrogation.
During questioning, Sunil Kumar Singh admitted that he had struck a deal with Arvind Singh of Chitrakoot for appearing in the entrance exam in his place. Sunil Kumar Singh had taken Rs 5,000 in advance from Arvind Singh, the BEd aspirant, and the deal was struck in Rs 20,000. The remaining amount was to be given to Sunil after the exam.
In another case of arrest of a Munnabhai, the sleuths of Special Task Force (STF) had nabbed four students of Harcourt Butler Technological Institute (HBTI) taking the All India Engineering Entrance Exam (AIEEE) at an examination centre in Agra. Those students were solvers and were caught writing exam in place of other AIEEE aspirants. The incident had taken place on April 29.
The proctorial board of the institute, which had been given the responsibility of conducting the inquiry into the matter, had found the students guilty. The authorities of Harcourt Butler Technological Institute (HBTI) had later suspended the four students from the institute. The institute administration had also debarred the students from appearing in the semester exams scheduled in the ongoing month.
However, the mastermind of the game is still out of the reach of the police. It was learnt from the students after investigation that Brijesh, a passout from HBTI, was the mastermind. The police are now trying to trace Brijesh, but he is at large.
On May 2, the Madhya Pradesh police had conducted raids at a prominent medical entrance preparation coaching institute and boys hostel in Kakadeo and Geeta Nagar localities in connection with the arrest of kingpin of a Munnabhai racket, who is said to have lured three CPMT aspirants of solving the AIEEE paper held on April 29. The kingpin of the racket has been absconding. The three CPMT aspirants have been staying in the city and were preparing for the coveted exam.
These four examples are enough to give an insight into how the industrial city which is known for having various engineering and management colleges and is also recognised as the coaching hub in the country has become a place where the imposters thrive. The kingpins of these gangs trap brilliant students on the pretext of paying them handsome amount. These students appear in place of the other students and often get arrested, thus jeopardizing their careers.
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