Admission process in University of Delhi has commenced and with it several colleges are undertaking measures to keep a check on forged documents. Ramjas, Sri Venkateswara and Bhagat Singh are planning to seek help of forensic experts to combat the problem. St. Stephen has earlier warned students about agents who claim to secure seats for money. P K Khurana, principal, Bhagat Singh College stated that warnings on notice boards and website may deter potential fraudsters. Khurana added that instead of hiring an agency, their college is streamlining their own system. In case of doubt regarding any document, the college will send it to verification to the government agency that is liable for providing the certificates.
Ramjas College, who first started hiring forensic experts in 2011, may follow the similar concept of authorizing their own administrative officers to screen and scan the documents. VC Misra, who has been working as a forensic expert in Ramjas College commented that every certificate has some security features that can help in finding the authenticity of the certificates provided by the students
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