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MK varsity debars students

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MADURAI: The Directorate of Distance Education of the Madurai Kamaraj University has unearthed an admission scandal, while scrutinising the applications for the November-December 2003 examinations at its centre at Chennai.

According to the university sources, the candidates had applied for clearing the examinations by furnishing bogus addresses in collusion with the employees at the Directorate.

While three employees have been placed under suspension, 339 third year students of the bachelor degree course have been debarred from appearing for the examination.

The scam came to the fore as the 350 candidates from the centre were asked to appear with their original certificates for verification at the headquarters, here. While the eleven who appeared had original certificates, it was noticed that seven common addresses have been given by others.

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