Maharashtra Education Minister holds degree from an unrecognised university

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After the controversy surrounding former AAP leader Jitender Tomar’s fake degree, now the Minister for Education for Maharashtra state, Vinod Tawde’s degree has garnered some questions pertaining to its authenticity. Reports suggest that the minister’s degree is from an unrecognised university.

The minister had said that he holds a BE (Electronics) degree from Sant Dnyaneshwar University, Pune, but the university’s website states that it is not affiliated with the UGC or AICTE, the bodies responsible for maintaining the required standards at higher education institutions.

On the other hand, the Aam Aadmi Party in Maharasthra dared the ruling BJP government of the state to arrest Maharashtra Water Supplies minister Babanrao Lonikar for holding an alleged fake degree.

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  1. NO COMMENTS PLEASE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    OUR EDUCATION MINISTER (HRD) IRANI MADAME HAS PROVED BY HER CONDUCT THAT FOR “EDUCATION” UNIVERSITY OR REALITY DOESN’T MATTER !!!!!

    • Whatever that mean’s … All i have seen is a total irresponsibility on her part, the way she has been conducting her affairs as regards to the IIT’s is totally abysmal … Giving speeches and throwing rhetorical queries back at the person who is seeking an Honest reply doesn’t make you worthy of heading HRD ministry if that’s what has made you to make such a comment. She has been a very very big disappointment, and above all what moral right she has to head the HRD ministry after being exposed as an illiterate …

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