Tamil Nadu Professor Accused In 'Sex For Degrees' Case Arrested

Tamil Nadu Professor Accused In 'Sex For Degrees' Case Arrested

Tamil Nadu Professor Accused In 'Sex For Degrees' Case Arrested

Professor Nirmala Devi, a senior faculty, teaches maths at a private arts and engineering college in Aruppukkottai affiliated to the Madurai Kamaraj University. PMK youth wing leader and LokSabha member Anbumani said, "The shocked students are heard saying in a broken voice that they are not interested". The Aruppukkottai town police broke open her house and arrested her after seven hours of drama.

The college, which was informed about the matter almost a month ago by the students, approached the police yesterday only after an audio clip of the teacher's conversation with students was widely shared on social media. "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.

Earlier, as the issue led to an outrage with the lecturer's remarks being perceived as suggestion of sexual favour, the state government and opposition parties lashed out at her.

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On Monday following a protest by student groups the teacher, a mother of two grown up children, was arrested on charges of trafficking and Information Technology Act. During the conversation, Devi says she has access to the Governor and adds that "he is not a grandfather anyway".

Referring to "widespread reports" of "certain immoral happenings in a college in Aruppukottai", a statement from Purohit said he has ordered a "high powered inquiry" by retired IAS officer R Santhanam.

Madurai Kamaraj University Vice Chancellor P.P. Chellathurai, denied any knowledge of the controversy.

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".You might have seen the video of Governor's visit which I had given you". While Nirmala Devi could not be contacted, she told a television channel that her intention was not bad and the girls misunderstood what she said. An official of the college said she was suspended after they received a complaint from students on March 19.

The professor started with the assignment 12 years ago but today, she has a different version of the assignment and gives it only for extra credit to her students.

DMK chief MK Stalin sought a CBI probe into the matter.

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