The SOG has arrested a member of MS University for involvement in the scam.
Source: University World News
India-wide degree forgery scheme recently taken down by authorities.
Source: Study International
Young Indian men are offering their female peers an all-expenses paid education in Canadian universities or colleges, in exchange for marriage.
Source: Times of India
In their ongoing quest to avoid higher education scams, students must now beware of a fake handbook of international universities sold online.
Source: Mumbai Mirror
KOLKATA: The tragic fallout of the multicrore Saradha chit fund scam in West Bengal escalated on Monday with the first case of murder being reported in the state after eight people committed suicide. The eighth suicide happened on Sunday night.
A director of Hello India, a chit fund company, was found murdered at his residence in Hooghly district.
Jayanta Sarkar, 48, was allegedly killed with a sharp weapon on Sunday night, the police said. The attack was the first reported case of murder in connection with the Saradha scam.
On Sunday, the 60-year-old father of a chit fund company agent ended his life in North 24-Parganas district. The police say he was distressed over his son’s inability to repay money to investors.
Jagadish Roy, father of Bidhan Roy who was the agent of Anex Chit Fund, was found hanging at his home at Rishi Bankim Gar colony at Sodepur on Monday, the police said.