FIR filed against NPS Mysuru on forgery charges

 An FIR has been filed against the National Public School (NPS) in Mysuru on charges of forging documents of its minority status.

A month ago, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) had issued orders to file FIRs against all branches of NPS for faking minority status documents from the National Commission for Minority Education Institutions. These included five schools in Bengaluru and one in Mysuru.

Ajay Seth, principal secretary, Primary and Secondary Education, told Deccan Herald, “A case has been filed against NPS, Mysuru. However, I cannot say the same for schools in Bengaluru. Direction has been given to file cases against other NPS schools too.”

Meanwhile, two NGOs have filed complaints against NPS for forgery with the CBI and against various block education officers (BEO) for failing to take action.

The Janaadhikaara Sangharsha Parishath (JSP), an NGO, has filed a complaint against NPS branches in Rajajinagar and Basaveshwara Nagar in Bengaluru, with the CBI offices in the city and New Delhi for the “fraud committed by the management” of NPS.

 Another NGO, Aspiring Dedicated Individuals Teamed up for India (ADITI), has charged that the school has been able to defy all rules due to the complicity of the BEOs.
K P Gopalakrishna, founder chairman, NPS, was not available for comment.

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