The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) of Udaipur has conducted a sudden inspection of approximately 7 nursing colleges of the city today; the process has been carried out all over Rajasthan and will continue over a few more days.
The ACB team Led by Rajendra Prasad Goyal, Additional S.P A.C.B along with Vijendra Vyas, Dy.Sp and Gopal Mewara, Dy.Sp from Rajsamand carried out a sudden inspection at various Nursing Colleges to check if the institutes are following the guidelines and standards given by the State government.
The State level Operation was launched today in various cities including Chittorgarh, Jaipur, Bhilwara, Rajsamand and Kherwada, etc. where different teams, under the directions of I.G ACB T.C Damor also visited the Nursing Colleges.In Udaipur the team of A.C.B started their operation from Maa Asara Nursing College (MASS) near Tulsi Niketan at Sector 3, Hiran Magri, followed by the Saraswati College of Nursing, where they checked the documentation of the registration and number of students, etc. The inspection was also conducted at Mewar B.Sc Nursing College at Sector 14, Wagar G.N at Sector 9, Indra Nursing College and Mateshwari Nursing School. Rajendra Prasad Goyal informed UT that while inspecting, Mateshwari College we found that they were using a fake registration certificate. T.C Damor, I.G, A.C.B said that as the operation are still going on, we cannot say anything further. The time of conversation with U.T was at 1.55pm on Friday. Rajendra Goyal, ADSP, A.C.B informed U.T that ‘the inspection is still going on and will continue till tomorrow’. In today’s inspection most of the colleges were found below standards in relation to the infrastructure, faculty and the basic facilities provided to the students.