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Governor orders inquiry into professor's sex-for-marks offer to students

17 April 2018

Nirmala Devi, who works as a maths professor with a leading engineering college in Virudhunagar, reportedly made the "sex-for-marks" offer to four chosen poor girl students with whom she interacted on "Whatsapp".

The Tamil Nadu Government on Monday promised stringent action against the Woman Professor of Devanga Arts College in Aruppukottai on the charges of persuading her students to "yield" to sexual favours of higher ranking officials of the university, even as the PMK demanded her arrested and a CBI probe against her.

Further, he said that if the police had examined Nirmala Devi's cell phone her links could have been exposed. In the 20 minutes, audio clip the professor is heard allegedly trying to convince the young girls to do a sexual favour for financial and academic rewards. "Citing that part, she has said she wouldn't have made the suggestion if she wanted students to perform sexual favours", he said.

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She informs them how the officials providing these opportunities are someone of the Governor's stature and this would mean a lot of money for them if they take it up. "Now an opportunity is awaiting them to go take their life to next level", she said, noting that they could earn money and it would be transferred directly to their bank accounts. I've been having a wonderful conversation about it for years with students at Boston College, but the movie also does a handsome job of showing the great human struggle that single people face day to day. They expect college students to get things done... The Madurai Kamaraj University has formed a committee to probe the incident.

S Subbaraju, general secretary of (MUTA) Madurai Kamaraj, Manonmaniam Sundaranar, Mother Teresa and Alagappa University Teachers' Association endorsed the demand of DMK leader since the CBI can not be relied and high court's supervision is necessary.

"It is unbecoming of a professor to misguide the students". "I have ordered the probe team to submit its report in 15 days", he told reporters. "Personally, I think we should adopt the punishment methods of the Arab countries". DMK working president and CPI (M) state secretary K Balakrishnan sought a Madras High Court-monitored probe.

Governor orders inquiry into professor's sex-for-marks offer to students