"This is the case of forgery and confined to the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA). The administration there on their own is looking into it. The Centre will step in, if necessary, into the matter after the Academy's inquiry," Union Minister Jitendra Singh said.

It is the case of fraud. It has been reported that the woman has allegedly given bribe to Academy officers and she had forged certificates. All this will be looked into by them, added Singh, Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, from Bengaluru-- where he is attending BJP's national executive meeting.

The officials in the Academy are tight lipped about the incident and avoiding sharing details of the inquiry. Repeated calls made to office and residence of Rajeev Kapoor, Director, LBSNAA were not answered.

The LBSNAA act as country's premier institute to promote good governance by providing quality training for building a professional and responsive civil service in a caring, ethical and transparent framework.

The case has come to notice of the authorities following registration of an FIR by the local police in Mussoorie on Tuesday.

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