Medical, Engineering admission racket busted

Published: 20th July 2012 01:03 PM  |   Last Updated: 20th July 2012 01:03 PM   |  A+A-

The CBI has arrested two persons here for their alleged involvement in arranging fraudulent admissions in various medical and engineering colleges. 

CBI sources said that Arun Goel, a local private medical practitioner, approached  Irshad Pasha alias Amir Kapoor, who is running an institute -- Asian Academy, for getting his son Nayan, admitted to a BDS course in a Delhi-based university.

Pasha in collusion with Goel arranged an admission for Nayan by ‘making’ a dummy candidate appear for the written examination on June 9.  The CBI team nabbed Nayan and Pasha on Wednesday while the former was paying a sum of Rs 20 lakh, for irregular admission, to the latter. 

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