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swami7687

Verification of graduation marksheet and provisional degree certificate

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swami7687

Hello,

sir plz verify graduation marksheet and provisional degree certificate as details are mentioned below are fake or original -

Name : P.Swami Ayyappa

Roll No - 10925

Regd No - PAT 69710

University - MAGADH UNIVERSITY, BODH GAYA

 

Plz let us know weathe this marksheet is original or fake

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bhanu14

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Prasad GLN

Mr.Swamy,

This portal is dedicated in guiding citizens for seeking information from Public Authorities under RTI Act and is not an investigating agency to settle personal scores or maintains any directory of all such Universities passed candidates and their names.

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MANOJ B. PATEL

Welcome to RTI INDIA PORTAL. Thank you for choosing RTI INDIA PORTAL.

 

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MANOJ B. PATEL

(1) There is a prescribed procedure followed by every University with Fee for verifying mark sheets / degree certificates. There was reported incident of counterfeit mark sheets & certificates of Jodhpur University in West Bengal and the University authorities came to know about it when few students sent mark sheets for verification.

 

Visit the University or enquire from University authorities about the procedure and follow it.

(First search their website and find RTI Particulars and follow procedure of format and fee as stated in their website.

 

(2) If you have appeared for all examinations, having marks sheet, provisional certificate and if the University has directly sent that certificate in their prescribed cover, and if your University name is appearing in UGC website as recognised for conducting such course, you need no doubts.

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swami7687

Thank you Sir,

 

But plz. suggest from where i can confirm regarding above mentioned certificate / mark sheet information is original or fake .

 

Thanking you.

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