Man posing as professor of Microsoft company,arrested by CCB for duping unemployed youths promising jobs

Pramesh S Jain & Yogesh K Porwar

The CCB officials on tuesday caught a 53-year-old PU drop out who posing as professor of IISc working at Microsoft company duped hundreds of unemployed youth promising jobs.

Senior officer told reporters,Based on a tip off,a team of officials seeking job approached Vikram Hosamani and fixed an appointment .

As per the deal the police went to Kai Ruchi hotel in Amruth Nagar in Konanakunte and Met Hosamani who claimed that he has completed BE from IIT Kharagpur and Ph D from IISc Bengaluru and working in US based Microsoft company .

The accused was staying in a posh apartment in Konanakunte and also placed advertisement in leading news paper with his bio data to offer job consultancy service and required training and asked the candidates to deposit under the pretext of enrollment fee.

The police recovered several fake letters,visiting cards and bank details from him and taken him into custody to ascertain his role .

CCB Inspector,Rahim Iqbal,has also filed a case against Vikram Hosamani charging him under cheating,impersonation and forgery with Konanakunte police station limits.