Two rusticated from hostel, 11 fined for ragging at KGMU
Lucknow: KGMU (King George’s Medical University) has rusticated two medical students from the hostel, imposing fines on other 11, for ragging their juniors.
The officials, on Saturday sad, that the proctorial board initiated action after the 2017 batch MBBS students submitted evidence to prove they were threatened and abused on the phone by two seniors – Anurag Agarwal and Abhijeet Gupta.
The students were told to wear white trousers, long aprons, black shoes and red socks. They were also asked to bow whenever they saw a senior approaching them. The students told this to their parents who then petitioned senior doctors at the varsity.
Professor RS Kushwaha, the chief proctor of KGMU, confirmed action against the errant students and said if this was repeated in the future then they would be expelled from the university.
Charged with harassing, intimidating, threatening and abusing juniors, the two students have also been barred from entering the hostel premises.
–With inputs from IANS
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