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Former NDTV journalist Nidhi Rajdan “cheated”, Harvard teaching offer proved false

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Nidhi Rajdan said he was feeling a bit weak in the late proposal to study journalism at Harvard University, but he was told that such delays were due to administrative inconsistencies.

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Former NDTV journalist Nidhi Rajdan tweeted on Friday revealing the deadly online fraud that happened to him. Rajdan recently found out that the offer he had been made to do journalism at Harvard University was fake. Rajdan (former NDTV journalist Nidhi Rajdan) left his 21-year career at NDTV last year to pursue teaching at Harvard University.

“I was assured that he would start teaching at Harvard University in September,” Nidhi Rajdan said in a statement on Twitter. But as he prepared for his new job, he was told that classes would begin in January because of the Corona epidemic. Nidhi Rajdan said he felt somewhat mistaken in his offer to study journalism at Harvard University late, but was told that such delays were due to administrative isolation.

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“I first avoided the inconsistency that this was happening because of the effects of the epidemic,” Rajdan said. But the re-printing that was given to him recently made him even more restless. As a result, he contacted senior officials at Harvard University. At his request Rajdan gave him the details of the first contact about the job, which he thought the university authorities had officially sent.

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Rajdan said that after sharing this information, he is feeling very good about the support he has received through phone and text messages. He also apologized for sharing this information late. Rajdan also announced to return to social media soon with full vigor.

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