The CBI picked up the foreign citizen from the Bureau of Immigration at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, where he had been detained upon his arrival from Kazakhstan. The CBI arrested the Russian national for manipulating software of JEE Mains examination.
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The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) detained a Russian national for his purported involvement in tampering with the JEE Mains 2021 exam’s software, reports Hindustan Times.
The foreigner, identified as Mikhail Shargin, was quizzed by agency slueths after being scooped up from the Bureau of Immigration at Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi, where he had been detained upon arrival from Almaty, Kazakhstan.
According to a press release, throughout the inquiry, it was discovered that several foreign nationals were engaged in jeopardizing several online assessments, including JEE (Mains). “Role of one Russian national was revealed who had allegedly tampered with the iLeon software (the platform on which the JEE(Main)-2021 examination was conducted) and that he helped other accused in hacking the computer systems of suspect candidates during the examination,” the statement added.
The CBI imposed a lookout notice (LOC) against the man. Central authorities notified the CBI when the Russian national landed at the airport from overseas, they added.
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According to a PTI report, the top investigating authority charged Affinity Education Pvt Ltd and its three directors, Siddharth Krishna, Vishwambhar Mani Tripathi, and Govind Varshney, as well as other touts and associates, with examination tampering in September the year before.
The three directors are accused of conspiring with other associates and touts to rig the JEE (Mains) online test in order to help aspirants gain admission to prestigious National Institutes of Technology in exchange for sizable sums of money. They allegedly did this by remotely accessing a chosen testing location in Sonepat (Haryana) to solve the applicants’ question papers.
Prior to this, searches were carried out at 19 locations, including Delhi, Pune, Indore, Bangalore, and Jamshedpur. During these searches, officers recovered 25 laptops, 30 post-dated cheques, numerous personal computers, and other evidence.