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Judicial magistrate first class Swarup Bose on June 24 slapped a fine of Rs 500 each on two college students for using unfair means at the higher secondary examination in 2008.
A girl had appeared as a dummy candidate on behalf of her boyfriend for the book keeping and accountancy subject at a city-based college on March 5, 2008. When asked to furnish her identity card, the girl failed to do so. She told the examiner that she had left the identity card at home. The examiner on inspecting the names of the students appearing for the exam found that she was appearing on behalf of a male student. During questioning the girl admitted that she was appearing on behalf of her friend. The boy, who was also summoned for questioning, admitted to deputing the girl on his behalf. The college examination centre in charge Shivaji Khede registered a complaint against the students with the Deccan Gymkhana police station under relevant sections of the Indian Penal Code and Maharashtra Prevention of Malpractice at University, Board and other specified Examinations Act. Assistant public prosecutor A. V. Ausekar examined three witnesses to prove the guilt of the students. Ausekar pleaded to inflict maximum punishment on the students. The magistrate took a lenient view by imposing a fine of Rs 500 each on the students.
Courtesy: Times of India
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