Institute booked for cheating student

ST Correspondent
Sunday, 27 May 2018

The student was admitted to the course despite there being no faculty to teach the course

Pune: A case of cheating was registered against Venus Technology Institute, JM Road, for duping a student of Rs 30,000.

The student was admitted to the course despite there being no faculty to teach the course.

Nagnath Gunde (51) from Karad has lodged the FIR. 

As per the Shivajinagar police, Gunde’s 21-year-old son wanted to purse a course at the institute after completing mechanical engineering. “I opted for CATIA + Press Tool Design course and paid the fees. The course was for two hours a day for eight months but they promised to complete it within two months by taking class for the whole day. After the fees was paid in May last year, my son reported for classes. There was no faculty to teach. In June, he was sent to a workshop in Bhosari, where there was no instructor. He was told to watch operators there,” the complainant stated.
 

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