by: Deepak Rana
A case of forgery in certificates for possible employment as a teacher has come to light here.
The East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) has lodged a complaint against 39 applicants who had applied for a job of a primary teacher on contract basis in the civic body. The candidates had submitted forged certificates.
On Thursday, the Assistant Commissioner of Education department lodged the complaint at the Madhu Vihar Police Station alleging that during finalisation of the first list of the selected candidates for the post of teachers, Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) certificates of 39 candidates appeared to be bogus/fake.
The civic body in its complaint said that the education department had invited applications from eligible candidates for the post of primary teachers under the scheme of ‘Sarv Shiksha Abhiyan’.
In response, the department received thousands of applications. “List of the selected candidates along with their respective documents was sent to the CBSE for verification. However, the certificates were declared either fake or forged,” the complaint said.
This article was written by Deepak Rana and originally published on pardaphash