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The Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS) on Sunday announced the cancellation of the registration of three students, who were found guilty of impersonation during the entrance examination to the medical college

RIMS director Tulsi Mahto said, "The registration numbers of the accused students were scrapped after they were found guilty of impersonation in the entrance examinations to the medical colleges in 2006 and 2007, earlier this month. An FIR has been lodged with the Bariatu police station."

The degrees of Mithilesh Choudhary, Satyendra Kumar Neeraj and Rajiv Saxena were cancelled earlier this month after a four-member investigation committee comprisng Dr Ishwar Dayal Choudhary (pathology), Dr Anil Kumar Sinha (pathology) Dr Manju Gari (pharmocology) and Dr Vivek Kashyap (PSM) found them guilty of impersonation. The committee furnished its report to the RIMS authorities in September 2011 upon which action was taken earlier this week.
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 The decision was taken nearly a month after chief minister Hemant Soren ordered the state vigilance department to speed up the investigation of impersonation cases during admission procedures in medical colleges in the state.

Soren had expressed grave concern over the progress and asked the investigating body to nab the students and college authorities involved in forgery. The reports are yet to be submitted to the CM.

Cases of impersonation surfaced in 2006 when students seeking admission to the medical colleges were found guilty and the RIMS remained the center of controversy.

Choudhary is a resident of Giridih district, Neeraj hails from Nodiha in Palamu. Choudhary belongs to Sheikhpura in Bihar.

While Choudhary and Neeraj were enrolled at RIMS in 2006, Saxena signed up for the medical course in 2007.

According to RIMS director, the hospital authorities took notice of the case in the first semester when the photographs of the students in admission forms and the admit card did not match.

"The accused students were not allowed to attend their classes all this time," RIMS public relation officer Subhash Bhagat said.

Meanwhile, the linear accelerator in the oncology department is all set to function after the hospital authorities received necessary clearance from the Atomic Energy Regulatory Body (AERB) last month.

The new device will enable radio-therapy on the hospital premises and the authorities are to recruit a professor, assistant and technician in the coming days. source-timesofindia.indiatimes.com -May 26, 2014

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