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May 04, 2013 at 04:06pm IST

Mumbai admission racket: 22 MBAs from Narsee Monjee to lose their jobs

Mumbai: Twenty two management graduates of Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS), working in various companies, will lose their jobs and possibly face arrest in a forgery case.

According to the Crime Branch, these graduates had cleared their management entrance exam with the help of imposters. Police has arrested six people in connection with the case. The prime accused has been identified as Alok Kumar, a B Tech graduate who cleared the Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies (NMIMS) entrance test several times by impersonating real applicants.

Five other accused, who acted as mediators, have been identified as Hanumant Singh Gujar, Sugriv Gujar who are both BTech graduates and brothers, besides Brajendra Pratap Singh, MBA graduate Pavan Kumar and Himanshu Shekhar.

Police said the gang charged Rs 15 lakh per student. The first five accused were held from Delhi, while Himanshu was nabbed from Pune in the last seven days.

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With Additional Inputs From PTI