Tuesday, August 02, 2011

Rivalry spurred case of ragging

VADODARA: A four-member panel probing an alleged case of ragging in M S University's faculty of law has concluded that it was a case of enmity between two groups of students and not a case of ragging. Nisarg Jain, a first-year student of BA LLB (five years integrated law course), had alleged on Friday that a couple of his seniors along with some outsiders were ragging him at the faculty since the last three days.

Jain has alleged that he was asked to propose to girls and get their contact numbers by his seniors. The student has also alleged that his seniors and those from outside the university had also asked him to salute them. In the memorandum that Jain and ABVP leaders submitted to both, the officiating dean of Faculty of Law Rajendra Parikh and MSU vice-chancellor (VC) professor Yogesh Singh, a fifth-year student of BA LLB Imual Parmar was named of allegedly leading a group of students in the ragging case.

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