Saturday, 22 June 2013

Y B Education Academy accused of duping students - Source LT

■ Each student was charged Rs. 1.10 lakh as fee, Rs. 4,000 as monthly expenses
■ No classes as part of NDA preparation held in the past two months
Y B Education Academy has allegedly duped many students of lakhs of rupees promising them admission in the National Defence Academy (NDA) courses. 
This came to light when parents of the students today went to the Beed bypass-based academy to collect their children.
Y B Jadhav Academy, which has been running the defence services preparatory institute for the past two years, is a registered institution and its number is 486/11. 
Following an advertisement published by the institute regarding the NDA admissions, many students from Mumbai, Nashik, Thane and other places took admission in the institute. However, within two months they smelt a rat as no NDA preparations were done. 
The students told their parents about it and when they contacted chairman of the institute Y B Jadhav, he did not provide satisfactory answers. They finally decided to cancel the admission of their children. Today, when parents came to the institute to take TCs and marks memos, Jadhav called them at the Government College of Arts and Science and made them wait for the entire day.
When the enraged parents met college principal Dr Khairnar, he immediately ordered issuance of the TCs and marks memos of the students. However, Jadhav took these documents with him and in the evening handed them over to the aggrieved parents after charging them from Rs 300 to Rs 1,000.
Jadhav, who teaches in the Government College of Arts and Science, runs his institute in the name of his wife. Taking advantage of his position, he had admitted the students of his institute in the Government College. It is mandatory to send these students to the college for regular classes, but he used to conduct classes at his institute hiring private tutors. 
Principal Khairnar said his college does not have any connection in this matter. Though Jadhav's students had taken admission in the college, they did not appear in the examination of eleventh class. "Hence, we called a meeting of the examination board and conducted their examination as we did not want those students to suffer," Khairnar. 
Jadhav had taken Rs 1.10 lakh as the annual fee and Rs 4,000 for monthly expenses from each student, alleged Sanjay Khadtare from Solapur and Sanjay Kamble of Kolhapur. 
Hemangi Chorge from Thane said her son was in the institute. He was severely beaten up with a stump and had sustained an injury on his eye.
Sunita Dinesh Anare from Nashik alleged that the institute did not hold classes for NDA preparations in the last two months. "Its hostel is very dirty and totally uninhabitable. The 11th class examination of the students was not taken and when we questioned about it, they conducted it in just one day," she complained.

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