Mathura: Scholarship fraud: 350 private educational institutions out of 540 found as standardless

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Mathura. Research conducted to understand the reality of 540 private educational institutions implicated in the scholarship fraud is almost complete. About 350 educational institutions were described as standard by the officials. There’s no building on it, or staff, or none of that. As soon as this report is received, the social welfare office will prepare a report that will be sent to the government.
In fact, the government filed an FIR against the educational institutions that were involved in millions of scholarship fraud from the outset. After that, the directors of educational institutions went to court to ensure that no strict measures were taken. The government deployed many node officers to investigate the fraud, but educational institutions did not cooperate with the node officers. After receiving the information, the government formed a committee headed by CDO Dr. Nitin Gaur requesting any SDM or SDM level officer to appear on site and complete the investigation. As soon as the SDM level officials began the investigation, the truth emerged.
By Saturday, the SDM had submitted reports from 538 out of 540 educational institutions to the CDO. Of these, 350 educational institutions were found to be those for which the SDM said in its report that these educational institutions are only nominally registered. CDO Dr. Nitin Gaur said that the report from the remaining institutions would also come. Then this report will be sent to the government.
Three deposited the amount to be recovered
After falling under the government’s scanner, the educational institutions involved in the scholarship fraud have now understood that it is difficult to escape. Three of these educational institutions have deposited the amount of the recovery in the government’s account. Note that the social welfare office had informed all educational institutions involved in the recovery process. Many educational institutions even sent back the notifications.

Mathura. Research conducted to understand the reality of 540 private educational institutions implicated in the scholarship fraud is almost complete. About 350 educational institutions were described as standard by the officials. There’s no building on it, or staff, or none of that. As soon as this report is received, the social welfare office will prepare a report that will be sent to the government.

In fact, the government filed an FIR against the educational institutions that were involved in millions of scholarship fraud from the outset. After that, the directors of educational institutions went to court to ensure that no tough measures were taken. The government hired many node officials to investigate the fraud, but educational institutions did not cooperate with the node officials. After receiving the information, the government formed a committee headed by CDO Dr. Nitin Gaur requesting any SDM or SDM level officer to appear on site and complete the investigation. As soon as the SDM level officials began the investigation, the truth emerged.

By Saturday, the SDM had submitted reports from 538 out of 540 educational institutions to the CDO. Of these, 350 educational institutions were found to be those for which the SDM said in its report that these educational institutions are only nominally registered. CDO Dr. Nitin Gaur said that the report from the remaining institutions would also come. Then this report will be sent to the government.

Three deposited the amount to be recovered

After falling under the government’s scanner, the educational institutions involved in the scholarship fraud have now understood that it is difficult to escape. Three of these educational institutions have deposited the amount of the recovery in the government’s account. Note that the social welfare office had informed all educational institutions involved in the recovery process. Many educational institutions even sent back the notifications.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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