New Delhi : Delhi University’s School of Open Learning (SOL) on Thursday informed students against falling to ”fradulent calls”. People are requesting money to address mistakes made in assignments.
As per an authority from SOL, they got an objection from an English (Honors) student. She said that she had gotten a call requesting Rs 100 for rectifying blunders in her task.
She felt dubious and scrutinized the guest on the blunders. The guest disclosed to her that she had kept in touch with her dad’s name wrong in her task. However she said that one doesn’t need to compose their dad’s name on it.
She informed SOL about this, the authority stated that they will likewise move toward police in such manner. SOL gave a notification forewarning students in such manner.
“It has been brought to the notice of the School of Open Learning that some fraudsters have been approaching students on behalf of SOL, making fraudulent claims and asking for personal details and money to correct errors relating to the Assignment Based Evaluation (ABE). “In this regard, all concerned students are hereby advised not to respond to messages/calls claiming to be from SOL asking for money to correct errors relating to assignments,” the notice said.