[Assam] AT-news item--fake paper -Canada also
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Mon Sep 4 20:44:02 EDT 2006
>So there are avenues of checking and taking (police ??) action --even in
But they obviously don't do it all the time. Not only that, the case in the
NE was a case where public officials were also involved.
On 9/4/06, umesh sharma <jaipurschool at yahoo.com> wrote:
> There is provision for even private univs, recruiters in India to check
> back with the univs of the prospective/current employees - if their degrees
> are fake. We did it once for a graduate of Agra Univ who did not seem to
> have the skillls needed to teach the Physics class despite a MS in Phy from
> there. U only need to pay the requisite fee -about Rs 100 per enquiry.
> So there are avenues of checking and taking (police ??) action --even in
> *Ram Sarangapani <assamrs at gmail.com>* wrote:
> Hi Umesh,
> Do you know of any Canadian Govt. official or Govt. doctor involved in
> these fake documents and admitting students into medical colleges? And even
> if this were true, why should the NE states (or any other state) ape the
> west in such matters?
> --Ram da
> On 9/4/06, umesh sharma <jaipurschool at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > If plethora of fake documents is any indicator of a region's effeciency
> > etc then some might draw consolation that in Canada also there is ample
> > supply of fake documents. As an evidence I would point out the notice at
> > UBC's Student Union bldg for buying fast food at a joint which says that it
> > would NOT accept $50 and $100 bills/notes (Canadian dollars) since there is
> > increasing prevalence of counterfeit currency.
> > Even for jobs many mention fake experience (overseas also) -while
> > seeking jobs -een in North America. It is upto the recruiters to seek
> > and destroy such fakers.
> > Umesh
> > *Ram Sarangapani <assamrs at gmail.com>* wrote:
> > The GOA ought to be applauded for tackling corruption in the state.
> > First, there were reports of school teachers appointed based on fake
> > credentials, then we had admissions into medical colleges based on fake
> > credentials (some of these have even become doctors). The GOA is going back
> > into records and arresting and flushing out these con artists.
> > And now this multi-crore pension scam. The other areas the GOA could
> > focus on are
> > The Sales Tax department (one of the most corrupt)
> > The GMC, the ASEB, and District Transport Office. We all know there is
> > long list, but the GOA ought to be commended for at least taking these bold
> > steps.
> > ____________
> > **
> > **
> > **
> > *Dy Supdt, 3 others nabbed
> > *By A Staff Reporter
> > GUWAHATI, Sept 2 – In a sensational case, four persons, including the
> > Deputy Superintendent of the Guwahati Medical College Hospital (GMCH), Dr
> > Ranjit Kumar Deka, have been arrested following the busting of a multi-crore
> > financial scam involving the GMCH, the Accountant General (AG) office and
> > the Treasury office. The other three persons arrested in this connection are
> > Sanjib Majumdar, senior accountant, AG office; Srichand Valmiki, sweeper
> > supervisor, GMCH; and Amarjit Singh, also sweeper supervisor, GMCH.
> > "Ninety-eight fake pension payment orders (PPOs) have been seized and
> > the kingpins of the rackets arrested," police said
> > It is suspected that the scam, involving crores of government money,
> > started in 1995 and continued till 2005, police said.
> > Fake pension papers in the names of grade-IV employees, especially
> > sweepers, were initiated by the establishment, and the pension branch of the
> > office of the Superintendent, GMCH. Fake death certificates, photographs and
> > various other documents were prepared and sent to the AG office for approval
> > of pension.
> > "The modus operandi had been that some staff of the AG office, in
> > connivance with the GMCH staff, approve the pension and prepare the pension
> > payment orders (PPOs), which are sent to the Treasury office. The Treasury
> > office then prepares the pensions, and the money withdrawn is shared among
> > the treasury office, AG office staff, GMCH officials and some sweeper
> > supervisors (havildars), police said.
> > Further investigation by the police is on. It is likely that the police
> > would be making more arrests in the days to come.
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