Academy rubbishes fake board certificates allegations
IMPHAL, 8th Oct: Clarifying that it had not issued any certificates of fake boards to its students; Zenith Academy has refuted the claims that it took money from students for providing the said certificates and termed it as baseless allegations.
Addressing a press meet at its Sangaiprou premises Tuesday, School secretary (administrator) Aton Leishemba rejected the allegations levelled by KCP (Peoples’ War Group) that accused the academy of supplying fakes certificates to its students under the name of fake boards such as Assam Sanskrit Board, Urdu Board, Delhi Board and Kerala Board, for money. He stated that the school has never committed such acts and added that the allegations have caused confusion among the students, parents & guardians and teachers.
Aton continued that the Academy is yet to receive any complaints from students stating that its ‘alleged’ fake certificates have prevented them from seeking admissions at institutions in the state and outside. He then appealed to the group to withdraw its decision of closing down the school from the upcoming academic session and invited all concerned to look into the affairs of the school, which was set up in 2009.
The secretary then said that the school does not have a hostel or any privately owned hostel for its students and urged for investigating the allegations that have been made against the school. He stated that the school has a resolution to remove any teacher if they were found violating the norms. However, there have been no reports of any teacher of the school, who allegedly committed such fraudulent acts, he contended.
The press meet was also attended by Zenith Academy administrator cum principal Naorem Radhamani.