UoM promises strict action if accusations are proved right 

In the wake of reports that certain officers and staff of University of Mysore have acted as middlemen in providing eligibility certificates to candidates who appeared for Karnataka State Eligibility Test (KSET), the UoM has said that a legal action would be initiated against such officers and staff who are involved in such acts on provisioned proper documents.

In a press release, Vice-Chancellor Prof K S Rangappa on Tuesday stated that “University of Mysore has been conducting KSET from past five years and several candidates have received the eligibility certificates. The tests were conducted following the norms and rules, following which UGC-NET have re-accredited the university to conduct these tests. But few reports have been spread across the campus that a few staff and officials are acting as middleman trying to provide eligibility certificates for candidates who had appeared for KSET, the university will take action if these are true and if proper evidences are found.”

“The University will take stringent action against the guilty after registering a police case if proper documents or materials that prove the handiwork of those officers and staff involved in alleged the illegal activity,” he added.


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