Four medical college students from Himachal Pradesh expelled for ragging juniors

Later, the junior students complained to the National Medical Commission, also known as NMC
The fines must be paid within seven days, according to the statement.
The fines must be paid within seven days, according to the statement.EdexLive Desk

According to a statement released today, Tuesday, June 11, a few Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) students of a government college in Himachal Pradesh's Kangra were allegedly ragged, abused and beaten up by their seniors. Following this incident, four senior trainee doctors were expelled, stated a report by PTI.

The statement issued by Tanda Medical College (TMC) said that on the evening of June 5, the senior students called the junior trainee MBBS doctors to room number 108 of the boys hostel and subsequently abused and beat them up.

Later, the junior students complained to the National Medical Commission, also known as NMC.

An investigation conducted by the anti-ragging committee of the college found four senior trainee doctors, Arun Sood, Siddhant Yadav, Ragvendra Bhardwaj and Bhavani Shankar from 2019 and 2022 batches, guilty, TMC Principal Dr Milap Sharma said.

Based on the preliminary investigation report, the college management has expelled two senior trainee doctors for one year each and fined them Rs 1 lakh each while the other two have been expelled for six months and fined Rs 50,000 each, the principal said.

The fines must be paid within seven days, according to the statement.

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