Kerala: Police registers case against 3 medicos for impersonation in MBBS exam
Kollam: The fate of three medical students is yet to be determined, as police have registered an impersonation case against the medicos in connection with the irregularities in the MBBS exam at Kollam Azeezia Medical College.
As per various media accounts, police will collect documents from the health university apart from seizing the exam papers written with the help of an impersonator.
Further, cops will also record the statement of the officials who conducted the internal probe. Moreover, the investigating team has decided to question the students strictly only after all the evidence connected with the case are collected.
Medical Dialogues team had earlier reported that the Kerala University of Health Sciences (KUHS) had debarred three medical students for five years from writing examinations after it was found that the medicos cheated by using proxy candidates. The three medicos were from the 2012 MBBS batch who failed to complete their course even after 9 years.
The University had ordered a detailed inquiry into the matter and had also suspended the Chief Examination Superintendent along with three women invigilators. Besides, the university had also called for a police probe and cancelled the exam centre at the college.
Further, a police officer told Onmanorama that an elaborate probe would be carried out to examine the role of more faculty members in the exam fraud.