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Himachal : Four students fined, expelled for ragging from govt medical college Tanda

June 11, 2024 01:40 PM
Himachal : Four students fined, expelled for ragging from govt medical college Tanda

Punjab Newsline, Dharamshala, June 11-
Govt medical college Tanda in Himachal Pradesh has expelled four senior students for indulging in regging activities. This is their first such case of ragging in 15 years and the institute has taken strong steps to send out a message.Four medical students allegedly found guilty of indulging in ragging and putting their juniors through cell.

Dr. Milap Sharma Principle of Dr.RP Govt Medical College Tanda confirmed that a junior student has loded a complaint with the Anti-ragging cell that he was beaten up, injured, harassed, bullied and ragged by his seniors. Dr.Sharma said that all four seniors were found guilty by a five-member Anti Ragging Committee. Two students of the 2019 batch have been expelled from the college and hostel for one year and imposed a fine of Rs.1lakh each, Dr.Sharma said.
The two students have been suspended from classes for one year and one of them suspended from intership for one year. He said that two of these students have been fined Rs. one lakh and two another fined 50 thousand each and they are expelled from the college for six months.
He said that such activities will not be tolerated in any case in the college and anyone indulging in such activities will be dealt under th law of the land.

 
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