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Foreign student accused of exam fraud

A Brunel University law student has been charged with committing fraud by conspiracy in order to sit an exam for another person.

Dev Aditya is accused of sitting an exam for another person

Dev Aditya, 19, who gave his address as halls in Kingston Lane, was charged last week with the offence. He is accused of impersonating a fellow student in an English exam held on November 12th last year in order to gain a pass for the other person.

His Facebook page lists his address as Corringham Road, Golders Green; however, his bail conditions require him to surrender his passport. The law student also lists his religion as “liberal Hindu” on his page.

Aditya pleaded not guilty and will be tried at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday September 7th.

editor’s note dated 7th September 2011: we were misinformed about the details of today’s hearing. Aditya’s court appearance today is for a committal hearing, which is where the court decide whether there is sufficient evidence to try him in Crown court. If there is not, he will be discharged from court.

  1. shakz
    Wednesday, 10 August, 2011 at 2:29 AM

    INNOCENT!! police should be prosecuting rioters destroying london and let this one go.

  2. Wednesday, 7 September, 2011 at 9:39 PM

    Shouldn’t it be something for the university to sort out rather than the police?

  3. guetta
    Thursday, 26 April, 2012 at 10:24 PM

    i think this journalist has to research on better stuff. this is too minor for such media coverage.

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