Woman Prof held for 'luring' students, TN Guv orders probe

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The assistant professor of the autonomous college was finally arrested from her house after she locked herself when the police reached there.

His comments came amidst increasing demands from political parties in Tamil Nadu and students for a CBI probe into the matter which has enraged many in the state.

Probe against woman faculty member shifted to CB-CID Chennai/Arupukottai, Apr 17 (PTI) The probe into the case of a woman faculty member of a college allegedly advising students to extend sexual favours to some university officials in return for higher marks and money was today transferred to Tamil Nadu Crime Branch Police. I've been having a wonderful conversation about it for years with students at Boston College, but the movie also does a lovely job of showing the great human struggle that single people face day to day. "Further inquiry will be held after the ongoing semester examinations", college secretary R Ramasamy said. Sources say the audio, which was actually recorded by the students on March 19, was purposely leaked to fix the top man at Raj Bhavan.

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"Dating takes social courage and we need to teach our young people the virtue of social courage", Cronin said in a statement.

The case came to light in the past week after the professor, associated with the Devanga Arts college in Virudhunagar, was heard offering four students academic and financial assistance in lieu of sexual favours extended to a higher official of the MKU. During the conversation, Devi says she has access to the Governor and adds that "he is not a grandfather anyway". The students were advised not to inform anyone, but the teacher said they were free to inform their parents if they wished.

When the students refused to acquiesce to her proposition, Nirmala Devi asked them to not be hasty and take a few days to think it through.

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A senior police officer privy to Devi's questioning said she admitted that the voice in the audio clip was hers.

The state government had ordered a probe by CBCID, the highest investigating agency of the state, only a day after the governor's office appointed a one-man committee, headed by retired IAS officer R. Santhanam to probe into the issue. In the audio, Devi is heard saying that the girls adjust with some officials, "for getting 85 per cent mark and money", in what is seen as a suggestion for sexual favour.

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