ACB seeks legal opinion in Rizvi College case

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  • Jul 15, 2014

    MUMBAI: The ACB has sought opinion from the higher education department on the rules governing colleges with unaided courses after the Rizvi College money-for-admission case, said additional commissioner of police Vishwas Nangre Patil on Monday. The ACB also sought opinion from its legal departments for making a case against Rizvi.

    On Saturday, an office superintendent, Tusi Rizvi, and a deputy office superintendent, Qamar Hyder, from the unaided section of the college were found taking Rs 50,000 to help a student secure admission in the Bachelor in Management Studies course.

    Rizvi College denied any wrongdoing.



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