After Sunny Leone and Neha Kakkar, Shin-Chan and Doraemon appear on merit list of Siliguri College
Two cartoon characters, Shin-Chan and Doraemon’s names were found on the merit list of Siliguri College. The issue has caused a stir in the education sector. The college principal has made it clear that they will approach the cyber-crime police station in this regard.
For the last few days, various colleges in Bengal have been confused over the merit list. Starting from Sunny Leone, names of many celebrities were found at the top of the merit list in a few colleges. Colleges in Malda, Barasat and South 24 Parganas had celebrity names on their merit list. College authorities are facing great trouble due to the ongoing.
Two cartoon characters, Shin-Chan and Doraemon’s names were found on the merit list of Siliguri College. The names of Doraemon and Shin-Chan were seen at the top of the merit list of the BSc Honours Course. The issue has already caused a stir in the education sector. The storm of condemnation has started to rise in different quarters. Fans of the characters have found it amusing. However, college authorities made it clear that they will take strict action. The college principal has made it clear that they will approach the cyber-crime police in this regard.
The names of these two characters were seen on the merit list of Physics, BCA, Computer Science. They were removed as soon as it came to the notice of college authorities.
College principal Sujit Ghosh said, “Those two names were in the provisional merit list. However, it has been removed from the final merit list. How these names came up in the merit list is being investigated. A complaint will be lodged with cybercrime police.”
The principal of the college further said, “This time there was no need to pay the fee for the application. Maybe somebody did this by taking advantage of this opportunity. In such an incident, the dignity of the educational institution is being ruined to a large extent. The culprits will be found out shortly and they will be severely punished for such an act.”
Several colleges have already provided detailed information to the cyber-crime department regarding this issue.