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6 MBBS students barred from classes for 3 months over ragging

Expelled from hostel for 6 months, fined Rs 25,000 each

6 MBBS students barred from  classes for 3 months over ragging


Tribune News Service

Mandi, September 16

Six students of Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Medical College and Hospital, Nerchowk, were today expelled from the hostel and debarred from attending classes for three months by the college administration for ragging their juniors a few days ago.

2 girls among them

Six students, including two girls, were involved in the incident. They have been expelled from the hostel for six month and debarred from attending classes for three months. A fine of Rs 25,000 each has also been imposed on them.

Dr DK Verma, Nerchowk Medical College Principal

The incident came to the notice of the college authorities yesterday. Talking to The Tribune, college Principal Dr DK Verma said some students of the 2022 batch were involved in ragging freshers. “The hospital authorities convened a meeting of its anti-ragging committee today. After a detailed inquiry, the committee proposed action against the guilty students,” he added.

“Six students, including two girls, were involved in the incident. They have been expelled from the hostel for six months and debarred from attending classes for three months. A fine of Rs 25,000 each has also been imposed on them,” he said.

The Principal said the college administration had zero tolerance towards ragging and strict action had been taken against the guilty.

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