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Anomalies found in Jamshedpur school admission certificates

Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, March 22: East Singhbhum district education department is verifying the applications and certificates submitted by parents for admission in private schools under the Right to Education (RTE) Act. According to sources, many certificates have been found to be fake and discrepancies are being found in the income and birth certificates attached with the applications. A mismatch is being found in the certificates submitted with the department, sources said.
The number of quota seats, which is 25 per cent of total seats, in private schools of the city is 1565. The department has received more applications than the total number of seats. According to sources, 1975 applications have been received for enrollment on quota seats. After this the applications and certificates are being scrutinised.

About 100 certificates have been found to be forged so far. Of these, about 40 income certificates and 60 birth certificates have been found to be fake. All such applications have been rejected. As soon as the scrutiny of applications and certificates gets completed, applications for enrollment in schools will be sent by the end of this month or by the beginning of April, sources said.

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