New Delhi: Giving another twist to Ramjas College admission scam that has rattled the Delhi University folks, the authorities concerned have cancelled five B Com (second year) students who are alleged to have got enrollment in Ramjas on fake documents in 2010.

The College administration has decided to register a case with Delhi Police for further investigation after cancelling their admissions. College Principal Dr Rajendra Prasad said that after identification of 29 first-year students who submitted forged documents to get admission, an FIR has been registered against five of them.

When their marksheets were checked, they were found fake and notice was issued against them. Acting on the advice of the legal panel of the varsity, the College authorities have cancelled their admissions.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (North Delhi) IB Rani said, “Ramjas College had filed 29 cases against the first-year students, few of them were found guilty and an FIR has been registered against them. As far as the cases of second-year B Com students is concerned, no complaint has been lodged from the college administration so far.”