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I joined Infosys 3 months ago. The verification process conducted by Infosys failed during inquiries with the first company where I worked as a fresher (in 2012). This first company had harassed me during the service of my notice period and also put a negative feedback in my relieving letter. In my applications for my subsequent jobs, I submitted a 'modified' version of the relieving letter by removing the portions containing the negative feedback.
Upon this discovery, Infosys has issued me a show cause notice for submitting forged documents.
However, my stand is that while I agree I have modified the letter by removing the negative comments, I have not faked my experience duration and other details in any manner. I have submitted proofs to them to including form 16, bank statements, salary slips.
I would like to know whether Infosys would still have grounds to terminate my employment?

From India, Pune
Anonymous
Hello, I am in same situation. so can you please tell me What happened to you after this ? Did they fire you or ignore this matter ? Thanks!
From India, Ahmedabad
Babu Alexander
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Forgery can be described as a means to achieve an end- the end is an instance of action or scheme fabricated to mislead someone into believing a lie or inaccuracy.

According to Section 463 of IPC, A person is declared to make a false document when;

who dishonestly or fraudulently makes sign, seal or performs a document or part of a document makes any mark indicating the execution of a document, with the intention of causing it to be believed that such document or part of a document was made signed sealed or executed ..

From India, Madras
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