Wednesday, October 03, 2012

Jodhpur: Eight engg students suspended for ragging Jaipur:

Despite stringent laws, it seems, there is no fear among students who openly and fearlessly rag new students. Cracking the whip on senior students, the anti-ragging and disciplinary committee of the MBM Engineering College, Jodhpur suspended eight students on Friday for allegedly ragging freshers. The college administration is also searching for other students involved in ragging. Notably, senior students ragged a few newcomers on August 27 (Monday) near the Swarn Jayanti Park.

During ragging, a team of reporters reached the spot and published a report in newspapers the next day. On this, vice-chancellor Prof BS Rajpurohit ordered an inquiry into the matter and action against the mischief students. Later, on Thursday, in the meeting of college administration it was decided that five hostellers and three general students should be suspended for ragging freshers in Swarn Jayanti Park.

 On Friday, chief proctor Prof Bhimsingh Chauhan taking strict action against them ordered to suspend the students who were allegedly involved in ragging juniors. “We have ordered suspension of eight the students. Further action will be taken after the inquiry is done,” said Prof Bhimsingh Chauhan. Meanwhile, those suspended for ragging newcomers in the hostel premises include Chetan Sharma, Ankur Innani, Vinay Agarwal, Nikhil Goyal and Kashish Garg. Likewise, three others suspended for ragging near the Swarn Jayanti Park are Kapil Dev Singhal, Sanjay Kumar Saraswat and Vinay Agarwal.

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