Jamshedpur, Jan. Jamshedpur has become the center of rigging in national level competitive entrance examinations. Two years ago, the question paper of the medical entrance exam NEET has also been leaked. In this case also, the police had raided, although without any success.

Recently, the CBI raided Jamshedpur and Adityapur for rigging the JEE Main examination conducted by the National Testing Agency. During this, Sonu Thakur was arrested from Adityapur for rigging the JEE Main examination, while his government Ranjit Sharma is still absconding. His office is in Adityapur itself.

It is being told that Ranjit used to follow the examination procedures by looking for solvers to solve the question papers. Now a new case has come to the fore, that of Graduate Management Entrance Exam ie GMAT. The matter of rigging has also come to the fore in this examination.

Maharashtra’s Pune Police raided Jamshdepur’s Mango for rigging the examination and arrested Abhay Kumar Mishra from Mango Hill View Colony, accused of rigging the GMAT entrance examination. He had been doing contract work by staying here for two years.

A case was registered against him in Pune in the year 2019. According to the FIR lodged with the Pune cyber police station, he used to take money from youths and give them GMAT exam. He had also enrolled many youths in foreign colleges.

Jamshedpur is soft target

Jamshedpur is the soft target of those who rigged competitive entrance examinations. There was no such arrests happening here before. For this reason, it was made the center from rigged people. But now the eyes of both the police and the CBI are on Jamshedpur. Because of this, the contractors who make mistakes in the entrance examinations are stepping up.

Edited By: Jitendra Singh