This academic malpractice is being done in the name of revolution and has been carried out for pas three years. This is for the first time when the issue has come up with the proofs. A few junior faculty members accepted that they allotted passing marks to some of the students on instructions of an official from the University Examination Department.
An assistant professor from department of Computer Technology at MIT confessed his mistake in a letter to Chief Minister's cell. Another assistant professor at Ramanujan Computing Centre in CEG addressed his letter to a semi-government organization, which is already aware of this agitation.
An MIT assistant professor named an official indulged in this malpractice and said "They gave me the papers and asked me to give pass marks for some of the students. I have been given the subjects from their first semester and other semesters too".
Distinctly, in the month of April, the assistant professor was handed over with such subjects copies which are in no connection with his proficiency. He being a computer teacher, was asked to correct Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics papers.
As same to the above incident, a professor at CEG refused to do such a thing as it can bring a bad name to the university. In his letter he said, "In future, I cannot do this kind of malpractices where it affects the brand of my University".
However, in the month of March, a leading daily news had published about this agitation activity which mentioned the role of an senior professors who have been instrumental in the malpractices.