APSCHE Chairman begins probe into PGMET alleged paper leak
March 20, 2014 - Hyderabad
Chairman of Andhra Pradesh State Council for Higher Education (APSCHE) L Venugopal Reddy on Thursday began a public hearing on the alleged question paper leakage of PGMET.
It may be recalled that there was a furore over the paper leak by medical college students. The test is being conducted by Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada.
Governor and the Chancellor of the University ESL Narasimhan has appointed Venugopal Reddy to probe the alleged incident and directed him to submit a report on the issue.
It is alleged that crores of rupees might have changed hands in the leak racket and the Junior doctors have demanded a CBI probe into the entire episode. They alleged that some of the junior doctors were approached by middlemen. The doctors who appeared for the test claimed that it was the toughest PG entrance test paper in the recent years and added that they were shocked that some of the students got 180 marks of 196 while the easiest paper in 2012, the top ranger got 179.
Dr Venugopal Reddy assured the students of stringent action on the culprits and he would incorporate all the concerns of the students in his report to the Governor. He appealed the students to mail their grievances to his email id firstname.lastname@example.org.