Protests in Chennai after professor caught luring students into prostitution

Tamil Nadu Teacher ‘asks students to perform sexual favours for official’ held

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

Professor Nirmala Devi, a senior faculty, teaches maths at a private arts and engineering college in Aruppukkottai affiliated to the Madurai Kamaraj University. A communique from RajBhavan stated that "it's is important to enquire into such matters immediately and without prejudice so that the guilty do not escape without punishment".

The students, at first, however, only spoke about asking someone out but did not go through with it. Kerry added a twist by giving them a deadline of two weeks to get it done. She was also booked under the Information Technology Act. I've been having a wonderful conversation about it for years with students at Boston College, but the movie also does a handsome job of showing the great human struggle that single people face day to day.

As college students, assignments are only done to get the required grades to pass but a Boston College professor is changing the game leaving students amused. "/ to yield to "sexual favours" of higher ranking authorities of the state-owned Madurai Kamaraj University". "By "certain things" I hope, being college students, you will be able to grasp it quickly", she is heard telling the girls.

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. 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.




"Dating takes social courage and we need to teach our young people the virtue of social courage", Cronin said in a statement. But the lecturer, who has been suspended by the college after a preliminary inquiry, denied any sexual connotation and said she had given the advice "in the right spirit".

The DMK working president MK Stalin demanded a probe by Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) under the supervision of the Madras High Court to expose the network involved in the scandal.

On the reference about the "demands" being made by "top university officials" and offers made to the students about better marks and other opportunities from the MKU, he said, "Any person can misuse anybody's name".

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