On Monday, Spokesperson Manju Wadwalkar said "the examination results have been with-held for an indefinite period. This is the status as of now. In normal circumstances, the results would have been declared the following day". Also, the institute has failed to detect that the accused girls who are from Andhra Pradesh were not meeting the eligibility criteria of having a valid MBBS degree for appearing in the examination.
When asked about the institute failed to detect such aspirants she said "When candidates apply for these exams, we only take photocopies of certificates from them. The original documents are only verified once the candidates have cleared the examinations".
After the investigation made by CBI's it revealed into light that these seven girls did not hold any MBBS degrees and some were merely matriculates of Class 8 pass and the agency is scrutinizing the records they had submitted.
According to the CBI's, the 14 people arrested from Chandigarh, purportedly involved in answering questions of the post-doctoral exams at the prestigious PGI, Chandigarh, by charging Rs.50 lakhs per candidate. These 14 people had confined 3 in Patna and one in Hyderabad after the issue swept off in the examination centres and arrested 7 girls.
These girls were found writing the exams with the help of a blue-tooth hearing devices embedded in their ears.