Haryana: Case Against 3 on BAMS University Paper Leak | Chandigarh News

KURUKSHETRA: As part of the bachelor’s course in Ayurvedic medicine and surgery (BAMS) “case of paper leakage” from Shri Krishna Ayush University (SKAU), Kurukshetra of January 2020, after more than two and a half years, Haryana State Vigilance Office (SVB) booked three people including a clerk, a computer operator, former university employees and a student.
On complaint of the sub-inspector of SVB (SI) Subey Singha case has been filed against an employee who worked as a water carrier at SKAU from 2008 to 2019, a university-based computer operator and a BAMS student from a college in Hisar district.
According to the information, SKAU had to cancel the examination of the subject ‘Padarth Vigyan’ scheduled according to the date sheet after his article was leaked on January 16, 2020.
The First Information Report (FIR) states that there were allegations that after knowing about the leaked paper, SKAU administration canceled the paper in different Ayurvedic colleges in Haryana, but the senior officials of the university did not get registered FIR rather tried to stifle the same by creating a committee of university level officials.
According to FIR, the university had released a date sheet for seven papers which would be held from January 16 to 31, 2020. Hospital, Hisar with five subjects – Padarth Vigyan, Rachna Vigyan, Kriya Vigyan, Ashtang Hridya and Sanskrit, which reappeared in all subjects in 2019.
“The student contacted his neighbor, currently serving as a clerk in the district Ayurvedic officer’s office, Hisar, who had previously worked as a water carrier at SKAU from 2008 to 2019. The clerk assured the student that his known person is posted as a computer operator at SKAU and he will arrange the BAMS exam papers through him.The question sheets of all subjects were provided to the student by the clerk on 12th January 2020 saying that these questions will come in the exams and to make the payment later,” SI Subey said.
The accused student allegedly distributed important issues from the diary scheduled for January 16, 2020 to other students and collected money from them to deliver to the accused clerk, but on January 16 the diary was canceled after that it appeared he had been leaked.
“The student contacted the clerk again after the paper leak reports, who assured him that the remaining papers had not yet been done and asked the students to send money. student had transferred an amount of Rs 10,000 to the accused employee’s account via his friend’s Paytm app,” SI Subey said.
On the complaint of SI Subey, a case was filed against the three defendants under Sections 120-B (criminal association), 201 (disappearance of evidence), 409 (criminal breach of trust by official) and 420 (deception) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), 43 (access to computer resources) and 66 (computer related offences) of the Information Technology (IT) Act and relevant sections of the prevention of corruption at Ambala SVB police station on July 19.
The Investigations Officer (IO) of SVB, Kurukshetra Unit, Inspector Joginder Singh said that a case has been registered and is being investigated. He said that to date, no arrests have been made in this case.

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