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Main accused in the SOA ‘Fake Placement Scam’ has been arrested

Bhubaneswar: 3/6/17:The main accused in the SOA ‘Fake Placement Scam’ has been arrested by the Commissionerate Police from Puri on Friday afternoon.

“The University had informed that they had hired a consultant for the campus recruitments. The so-called consultant Manas Ranjan Nayak hailing from Balia village under Salepur PS has been arrested and we have started his interrogation. As per the preliminary investigation, he had co-ordinated the whole fake placement process hiring personnel to conduct fake interviews,” informed Y.B Khurania, Commissioner, Twin City.

Notably, around 50 were selected by Gurgaon-based Huawei during a recruitment drive in the university, but astoundingly found their offer letters fake and returned without getting jobs.

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