KGMU V-C talks tough: Indiscipline won?t be tolerated
TAKING A tough stand on increasing indiscipline on the King George Medical University campus, the varsity administration has warned the students against any sort of violence in the name of elections.india Updated: Jan 28, 2006 01:09 IST
TAKING A tough stand on increasing indiscipline on the King George Medical University campus, the varsity administration has warned the students against any sort of violence in the name of elections.
In a stern warning, the KGMU administration on Friday asked students, who had been keeping their relatives in their hostel rooms or renting them to other people, to fall in line or be ready to face drastic action like expulsion from the hostel.
Meanwhile, the task of re-allotment of hostel rooms has started following directives from the Vice-Chancellor, Dr Mahendra Bhandari, in this regard. The V-C also warned the students against any sort of violence on the campus.
Anyone violating the directives would be expelled immediately from the varsity, he said.
Meanwhile, rooms were allotted to 108 students in the Sardar Patel hostel while 110 girl students were allotted rooms in the VL hostel. This time, the varsity authorities made it mandatory for students and the guardians to fill up a form to abide by the university norms. Hostel Allotment Committee convener Prof AA Mehndi said merit and reservation had been followed while allotting rooms to students.
Earlier, addressing students, the V-C warned them against any sort of violence on the campus. He said the hostels rooms were meant for students only not for their relatives and friends and anyone found keeping their relatives with them in the hostel room would be expelled soon. He also made it clear that the hostel rooms would not be allotted to students doing internship.
Meanwhile, the KGMU administration started investigation against the secretary of the dissolved Residents Doctors Association for his alleged role in the KGMU campus violence after the Nauchandi Express incident.
An inquiry team led by head of the department, surgery Dr MS Kushwaha, Registrar Prof US Pandey, Proctor VK Singh and Dr Baljit, has asked for educational documents of Anubhav Gupta.
The inquiry team also recorded statements of Gupta on Friday. According to the sources, in his statement Gupta had denied being Secretary of the Residents Doctors Association. According to an inquiry team member, some more statements would be recorded on Saturday after that the team would submit its report to the V-C for further action.
First Published: Jan 28, 2006 01:09 IST