VK Sasikala Nephew Benefitted In Tamil Nadu Varsity NRI Scam
VK Sasikala Nephew Vivek LLB bandar is out. He has completed the LLB in the foreign quota in Chennai. The ACB was not his own, but he pointed to 75 others. Similarly, six Anna University professors have also registered cases.
There are 21 professors, 33 assistant professors and 54 assistant professors in the Anna University under the supervision of Rajaram. The ACB has been engaged in a series of serious investigations into alleged irregularities in these assignments. As of Tuesday, the authorities have identified six disqualified officials. A case has been registered against them. There are four assistants, one assistant and one professor. Though these are not in the interests of the people, Raja Ram is entitled to the form of handicraft.
ACB recognizes that Rajaram qualifies for Rs 10 lakh to Rs 20 lakh. A case has been registered against six persons. Assistant Professor, Chemical Assistant Professor Helen, Electronic Department Assistant Professor Balamurugan, Material Assistant Professors Mandakini, Ariwanandan, Electronics & Communications Division Prof. Vijayalakshmi are the assistant professor of biomedical department. The arrests are likely to be found in the case. Also, 14 other names have been identified as ACBs.
The ACB is undergoing a serious investigation into the alleged irregularities in Ambedkar’s law college. Professor Sarvani, Registrar Balaji, Assistant Registrar Ashok Kumar, Assistant Professor Jayasankar and Administrative Officer Ramesh have been involved in ACB cases. In the background of their arrest, the LLB trapped baby boy Vivek is in the neck.
In Ambedkar University, fifteen percent of seats were allocated to NRI quota each year. The ACB recognizes that 75 students have illegally obtained foreign quota seats in the preceding allocation. The list was prepared and Vivek got the screen name. Vivek LLB has been found to have completed the quota of foreign quota seats. So, with 75 students, Vivek was named in the list and was ready for trial. In the course of the investigation, one student has paid a fine of Rs 20 lakh for the NRI quota and for the band.