If you scored low in the XIIth and in trouble with admission in DU, not a problem! If you try to get the admission in UG course of DU by a presentation of fake documents than you can be definitely in trouble.
With a strict checking, the office dean is making a complete verification of certificates and has asked students to steer clear of touts promising admission and fake certificates.
Expert advice- Apply in other universities and a number of colleges so that the student can switch easily if the course of choice is not offered.
In the past week, 4 fake certifications were tracked in Delhi College of Arts and Commerce and same cases are reported from Sri Venkateswara and Ramjas College. From 2013 till date Ramjus is using forensic service. Sri Venkateswara is another college going to follow the forensic experts.
After finishing with admission process, the list of students admitted with marks held in class XII will be displayed on the Website of Ramjus College
Suggested by Rajendra Prasad (Principal, Ramjus College) – “A team of forensic experts will scan certificates and mark sheets. It is the best safeguard we can think of at the moment. The cost is nominal and I feel all colleges should use this service.”
The DU and DSW office are continuously notifying not to make any fake record to approach admission in DU.
Addressed by J M Khurana the dean of students’ welfare – “There’s no management or NRI quota. There are just the statutory OBC, SC, ST and PWD quotas. Admissions are done by colleges and there are no external agencies involved. Aspirants must explore other universities. They should apply everywhere and then wait for the cutoffs to be declared. If they get multiple admissions, they can make the appropriate choice. But they should not fall prey to touts. They will be caught immediately or even after three years and then their admission and degree will be cancelled and FIR lodged against them,”