CID suspects role of a top ranker in PGMET paper leakage
March 28, 2014 - Hyderabad
Crime Investigation Department (CID) reportedly found fault some agents who managed to get the Post Graduate Medical Entrance Test (PGMET) paper for the candidates of their students. They found the involvement of these agents of the coaching centres at Bangalore, Mumbai, Goa and Hyderabad.
CID officials suspect the involvement of one of the top rank holders Jagdeep who played a crucial role in getting the paper out. They believed that he would have been colluded with some agents of the coaching centres. They also reportedly mentioned the names of Vineet Singh, PS Rao, retired bank officer of Vijayawada, Muneeswar Reddy who colluded in the leakage and reported lakhs of rupees have changed hands.
CID officials faulted lapses that included are conducting the test was the long period of gap between assigning the test paper for printing and delivery by the printer. While the job work assigned on February 8, 2014 printed question papers were delivered to NTR university of Health Sciences on February 25. They remarked that handing over the sealed cover containing question papers and the pen drive loaded with soft copy of the printer was not properly executed.