Tea seller boy claims AIIMS qualification through NEET, turns out to be fake


A tea seller boy from Assam faked his reports claiming to secure a seat at AIIMS by cracking National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET).

A 24-year-old Rahul Kumar Das is a resident of the Patacharkuchi area in Assam’s Bajali district. A group of students from Assam who appeared for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET) hahad first raised the alarm and claimed that Das’s selection is fake.

It has been found that Das’s admit card was doctored and he had allegedly used the records of a student from Haryana to claim that he secured a seat at AIIMS.

Reacting to the development, Darpan Oleman, a local youth of Patacharkuchi said, Rahul Kumar Das had appeared in the NEET examination but he obtained only 106 marks which is below the qualifying standards.

“When we started an investigation with the help of some students of medical sciences, we had downloaded the lists from government websites, we found that his roll number 2303001114, what he had claimed was in the central list, but it was the roll number of Kiranjeet Kaur from Haryana who ranked the AIR 11656,” Oleman said.

“When we found Rahul’s admit card, we saw that the admit card was totally edited. I don’t know why he tried to mislead everyone,” he added.

The residents have alleged that the boy absconded with his mother and brother as soon as the matter came to light.


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