Aryans Infoway - Cheating IT Company -Got Closed - Complaint Registered-ALERT!!!

Started by nandagopal, Jun 21, 2008, 04:44 PM

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nandagopal

Hi it has been noted that lots of candidates are coming for interviews and are working  with fake certificates with following names
1)Team Infosol
2)Crystal Infotech
3)Power software
All these companies are having same adress and same phone number. And any one can buy these certificates by paying some cash. the address is
Adress
#5,Cornwell Road, Langford Garden,Bangalore-560025
Phone Numbers
080 65337150,41246241, 22102736, 22483534,9844515523,9342979645

These companies are already black listed and if you reffer any of these people you might loose your job and might face legal actions. Please pass this information so that our friends wont be trapped.



Sudhakar

Hi Nandagopal,

Thank you for this useful information.

Hope we have to be secure while referring our Friends.
  :yes

hari

Hi

     Thanks for this useful post  :acumen . Surely it will help the people who are searching for fake certificates   :agree .........
     
Thanks and Regards,
Hari
ITAcumens
(www.itacumens.com)


thiruvasagamani

Thiruvasakamani Karnan


gracy

Dear Gopal,
              thanks for your information

rekhas

Hi,
     Thanks a lot for ur information.

manimarank

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Sep 30, 2008, 04:10 PM Last Edit: Sep 30, 2008, 08:55 PM by manimarank
hi nandagopal,
           
        This will  be very vital for freshers.
        I request u to search even more about these kind of companies.
   


[edited name=manimarank date=1222768513][/edited]

Kalyan

Aryans Infoway - Best Cheating IT Company - Got Closed - Complaint Registered - ALERT!!!

Just now i saw a news in Asia net about one of the IT Company [blink]AryansInfoway[/blink].

This scam was predicted last year.

Students were given campus placement from Bangalore, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and other remote locations offered 10k salary against 1 lakh bond for 3 years..

As the above new shows, a case has been registered against AryansInfoway at Thampanoor police Station in Trivandrum. Complaint also filed at Technopark.
These type of problems happen because no one cannot do anything against firms like these since the employees of the companies oppose this.

Please, secure ur known person to be survive in safer side.

All Gradutes are standing infront of Police station with their parents and friends to struggle for getting their caution deposit money Rs.1.Lakh.

And also i heard that more than 400 people are working..Let's Calculate the profit of the company, but they provide only 4k as an package.

Very serious issue to analyse and make alert every1 to safe from these kind of IT Companies.

And we should create awareness for all students, because lot of companies getting money and cheating Us.

recently, VISPRO, Close on Technologies from chennai these both companies cheated lot..

Please, be aware and safe others..IT Acumens Will support you to get good path of career

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIoteVl92bo[/youtube]

dhilipkumar




Thanks for the useful post to make aware, the person how all are ready to join such a fake companies, by spending lakh and lakhs....

                  Make sure before join in any concern how are asking money instead of your  dedication to the company......

Dont lose your life and parents money.. how are lost their money those dont lose your confident.....




VelMurugan


NAREN

Good information

Thanks for Sharing the News, Freshers and Students beware of those Companies..
:acumen

nice games here

nithyasubramanian

Hi.,,,
Thanks for sharing the information..Let me share sum important news about this company.

Thiruvananthapuram: The city police, on Tuesday, searched the premises of a Technopark-based software firm and its subsidiary companies which are being investigated on the charge of cheating its employees.
Nearly 50 persons, most of them engineering and computer application graduates, had given complaints to the police accusing their employers (the owners of Aryan Infoway and Aryan Dream Digital and Animation Studio) of cheating them of Rs.1 lakh each.
Several more, chiefly the firm's employees hailing from Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh, are waiting in front of the Thampanoor station for the police to record their complaints. The number of complainants can exceed 100 in the coming days, the police said.
A police team, led by Assistant Commissioner, Fort, K.C. Sasikumar, and Circle Inspector E.N. Suresh, inspected the firm's offices.
Investigators are searching for the companies' promoters, including its 28-year-old chief executive officer, Harikrishnan, against whom they have registered a case of cheating.
The police have booked his brother Jayakrishnan, father, Karunkaran Nair, and mother, Malika S. Nair, on the charge of cheating. An investigator said the firm's promoters had diverted the money collected from its employees and invested heavily in real estate in Kottayam district.
They had allegedly bought large tracts of ecologically important wetlands, which local authorities prevented from being used for construction.
The company recruited over 600 employees, most of them over the past three years, as software engineers from colleges in Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
The police said that at the time of recruitment, the company made its employees deposit Rs.1 lakh as "share investment" in the firm.
The face value of a single share was Rs.100. The firm told the employees that the current value of a company share was Rs.99,900. Investigators suspect that the firm's management had exaggerated the share value to win the confidence of its prospective employees.
The firm made them sign an undertaking (on a Rs.50 stamp paper) that they would work for the company for a minimum three years.
The firm said that at the time of leaving the company after the minimum service period, the employees would be paid Rs.99,900 (the value of the company's share). Any employee who violated the minimum service bond would be paid only Rs.100, just the face value.
New recruits had to undergo a six-month training during which they would be paid Rs.5,000 as stipend. Many of the complainants said the so-called training was for name's sake. The firm had no experienced teachers or latest training software.
After training, the recruits were put on probation for six months, during which period they were given Rs.7,000 as salary. The company paid a "trained" software engineer Rs.10,000 monthly.
The employees said they had been receiving their salary only once every two months for a year.
Closure
The trouble started when the company closed its offices allegedly without informing its employees. On September 8, the company had announced a three-day holiday for Onam. It asked its employees to report for duty on September 14.
The employees started agitating when the company's offices remained closed even after October 4.
Many of the employees had taken loans or pawned their jewellery to pay the money demanded by the firm at the time of recruitment


Thanks and Regards
- Nithya Subramanian
Kenvivo Communications
http://nithya-subramanian.blogspot.com/

nithyasubramanian

Aryans Infoway (P) Limited..Cheating IT Company... News in Kerala Online.. Must Read





Another cheating case resurfaced today when 30 persons, most of them engineering and computer application graduates, approached the city police, accusing the management of a Technopark-based software firm of cheating them of Rs.1 lakh each.
On the basis of their complaints, the Thampanoor police have registered a case (442/2008) of cheating against Harikrishnan, the 28-year-old chief executive officer of Aryan Infoway and Aryan's Dream Digital and Animation Studio. He is a city resident.

The company has three branches in the city and an office in Bangalore. According to the police, the company recruited over 600 employees, most of them in the past three years, as software engineers from different campuses in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

Quoting a complainant's statement, the police said the company had made its employees deposit Rs.one lakh as 'share investment' in the firm at the time of recruitment.

The face value of a single share in the company was Rs.100. The firm told its employees that the current value of a company share was Rs.99,900. The police suspect that the firm's management had exaggerated the share value of the company to win the confidence of its prospective employees.

The firm made its employees sign an undertaking (on a Rs.50 stamp paper) that they would work for the company for a minimum of three years.

The firm had said that at the time of leaving the company after the minimum service period, employees would be paid Rs.99,900 (the value of the company's share). Any employee who violated the minimum service bond would be paid only Rs.100, the face value, the police said.
New recruits had to undergo a six-month training during which they would be paid Rs.5,000 as stipend. One of the employees told investigators that the training was 'name sake.' There were no experienced teachers or adequate training software, he alleged.

After training, the recruits were put on probation for six months, during which period they were given Rs.7000 as salary.

The company paid a 'trained' software engineer Rs.10,000 monthly.
The employees said they had been receiving their salary only once every two months for the one year.
The police said they would inspect the main office of the firm at the M Square building at Technopark.
The police said the trouble started when the company closed its offices allegedly without informing its employees.

On September 8, the company had announced a three-day holiday for Onam. The firm celebrated the festival at its Technopark office on September 10. It asked its employees to report for duty on September 14.

The employees started agitating when the company's offices remained closed even after October 4.
Most of the employees had taken loans or pawned their jewellery to pay the money demanded by the firm at the time of recruitment.

The police said they were trying to locate Harikrishnan who is supposedly in New Delhi to get business for his company. Few employees expect him to be back soon.
The police said that if the allegations raised by the employees were true, the suspected cheating would amount to several hundred crores of rupees. Circle Inspector E.N. Suresh is investigating the case.
Thanks and Regards
- Nithya Subramanian
Kenvivo Communications
http://nithya-subramanian.blogspot.com/

dwarakesh

Thanks for the information..


  I attended their recruitment process... but they asked both my original certificates and a security

deposit   after selection process... so i played down the offer..

But now, after hearing this cheating .. i m happy with  the decision i  made earlier...



nithyasubramanian

Hi..dwarakesh,,,
Nice thing u did...i worked thr for 8 mnths ..the time i completed ma training..n started probation..it got closed...
Thanks and Regards
- Nithya Subramanian
Kenvivo Communications
http://nithya-subramanian.blogspot.com/

sajiv

Recruitment firm accused of cheating :agree

KOCHI: More than 350 people aspiring for overseas nursing jobs have been allegedly cheated by an Edappally-based overseas recruitment agency. At a press conference held at the Press Club here, the alleged victims of cheating accused that the proprietors of the agency had swindled between Rs.5 lakh to Rs.7 lakh from 366 people promising placements in places like Netherlands, Finland and Belgium.

Sudheesh Arackkal, who allegedly gave up his job with an insurance company after being promised a placement abroad, said that the owners had disappeared with job applicants' money. Though a complaint was filed with the Kalamassery Police and the City Police Commissioner, the accused were yet to be brought to book, he said.

They said that the operations did not evoke any suspicion since the payments were made through bank accounts. Besides, they said, the agency operators had supplied them with a copy of the Central government approval for their firm.

However, they admitted that they had not verified the veracity of the approval certificate. They said that the Thailand-based bank accounts were still operational .

The job aspirants were convinced of the alleged cheating when the firm provided a few of them with a visa to Belgium two weeks back. The Belgium consulate authorities reportedly informed them that the visa appeared forged.

Many of them had surrendered their passports, education certificates and other important documents to the firm and were yet to get it back. Efforts to contact the accused over phone failed.

Mariamma Mathew, Jinu Jose, and Bindu K.K.--all victims of the alleged cheating attended the press conference .


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