New Delhi: The probe in Delhi University Medical Entrance Test -2011 DUMET has gained momentum. 

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) which was approached by the University after an internal inquiry into the DUMET 2011 found irregularities in the process has already inspected the Patel Chest Centre of Delhi University where the examination papers have been kept. 

Professor Dinesh Singh, Pro Vice-Chancellor, DUMET has expressed doubts on gang activity in this matter. He said that it is important to catch culprits and to take strict action against them.

He informed that the Delhi Police Crime Branch is also engaged in fake certificate case. The police had unearthed a racket involving the use of fake SC/ST certificates for admission into DU colleges.

It was observed that a large number of students, who figured among the top in the DUMET merit list but could not get through the entrance exam of the less prestigious Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University.

The authority got alert after the protests and question raised by students who could not made it to the list of successful candidates but was expecting to clear
To find the answers to the question raised by students, a high-level inquiry committee was formed by the Vice-Chancellor which found the irregularities in the examination process.

The committee found that answer sheets/examination sheets of students who failed the medical entrance exams conducted by CBSE and IPU coincides with answers sheets of the DUMET 2011.

After this, the DU authority wrote to the CBI to probe into the matter as it could only take disciplinary action against the culprits.

JPN/Bureau