How do I bring my concern in front of management ?
If you are convinced that your coworker has faked a resume, you could go to your boss with your accusation.
However, it appears that the only "evidence" you have is that your coworker claims many years of experience but asks rather basic questions. By itself, that proves nothing.
Accusing someone of something as unprofessional as this shouldn't be taken lightly. You are putting your own reputation in jeopardy here. What if you are wrong?
Have you see this person's resume? Did you interview him? Do you actually know what this person claimed during the interview? Did you check his references? Do you realize that your inability to find an online resume, LinkedIn account, or Facebook account means absolutely nothing?
Think this over very carefully before you do anything. If you still decide you are right, and still decide you should rat out your coworker, then just approach your boss with your feelings. Be prepared for your boss to disapprove of your actions - in my experience bosses don't like to see this sort of thing happen on their team.
If it were me, I'd be solely concerned about if the person is capable of doing the job or not, and dealing with that. What your coworker did or didn't do regarding his resume isn't your business, nor is it your problem. And I wouldn't ever accuse someone of anything unless I was absolutely sure.
Your mileage may vary.