Based on the orders from Directorate of Medical Education (DME) to re-scrutiny the certificates of first year medical college students following a complaint on impersonation done in the NEET, the officials at Tiruchy KAPV Medical College organised a camp to re-scrutiny the certificates on Saturday.
When the investigation into the case of impersonation by Udit Surya from Chennai who was studying in Theni Government Medical College is under progress, the DME has ordered to re-scrutiny the certificates of all the first year medical students across the State.
As part of the Statewide scrutiny, the officials from KAPV Medical College, Tiruchy, organsied the verification of the certificates including mark statements, NEET hall ticket and the admission order. All the 150 students from the first year underwent the process.
The Dean (Incharge) Dr A Arshiya Begam, Department heads Nirmala (Bio-Chemistry), Santhakumari (Physiology) and Anandi (Anatomic) held the verification process from the morning hours. According to the sources, all the documents of the students that were scrunitised were matching and no difference was found by the inspecting officials during the scrutiny.
The students said that they all underwent the certificate verification even during the time of admission and the second verification led them to frustration and stress. It may be noted that Tiruchy KAPV Medical College is one of most sought after colleges in the State.