New Delhi. If reports are to be believed, leave alone getting admission into Delhi University, even procuring a fake graduation degree could get tougher and competitive for students.
With rising demand for fake degrees in national capital, those running fake degree rackets have also now decided to declare a cut off soon.
“Our clientele has increased manifold in the last few days ever since cases of those like Tomar, and recently of Smriti, Sonia, Rahul, etc surfaced. There isn’t enough manpower and resources to cater to all of them at present. Therefore we have decided to go the DU way and announce cut offs,” said a veteran Fake Degree maker from Nehru Place.
Sources claim that tentative cut off set by those behind fake degree empire is 70%, which would be made public soon.
The news has shattered dreams and hopes of thousands of fake degree aspirants and their parents in the city.
“Never thought a day would come when I would be studying hard to clear Fake Degree cut offs. Now all my hopes to make a career in politics have been destroyed,” said a 17 year old boy, who thought he had cleared the first hurdle by successfully failing in 12th boards.
“Thoda aur padh leta toh aaj Sharma ji ke ladke ki tarah tere paas bhi ek badiya course ki fake degree hoti, Doob mar ja ke kahin moya,” Faking News overheard Varma ji scolding his son, who scored 66% in 12th boards.
Meanwhile a start-up in Gurgaon recognizing the need of such students is offering fake marksheets to those who are unable to clear these cut offs.
“Those who fail to clear Fake Degree cut offs can come to us and get their Fake marksheets,” said the 28 year old IIN graduated founder of this start up. “We have no cut offs as of now.”