NMC Anti Ragging Cell: The National Medical Commission has constituted Anti Ragging Cells to combat ragging in various medical colleges. If NMC receives complaints against ragging over email, then this cell will investigate those cases and take action against the culprits.
According to an order issued on September 15, the members of the cell will meet once in every month for an independent inquiry into the complaints of ragging. Dr. Aruna V. Vanikar, President, Dr. Vijayendra Kumar, Dr. Vijay Laxmi Nag, Dr. Yogendra Malik, Shambhu Sharan Kumar, Ashok Kumar, Chaman Lal Guleria, Aujender Singh etc. are included in the cell.
Earlier, cases of ragging and assault on junior students by seniors have been reported in colleges from across the country. Recently, a group of senior MBBS students in Madhya Pradesh’s largest medical college was accused of ragging. In this incident, juniors were forced to do obscene and degrading work.
Seniors did abusive behavior in Indore
After the incident with the senior students of MGM Medical College, Indore, the troubled juniors called the University Grants Commission (UGC) on the Anti Ragging Helpline and narrated their ordeal. The juniors told the police that they were forced to take pillows in the flats of senior MBBS students and pretend to have sex with batchmates.
The girl was dragged by holding her hair in Hapur.
Apart from this, a student of Saraswati Medical College in Hapur district of Uttar Pradesh had lodged an FIR against five students. The girl alleged that the accused beat her up, tore her clothes and dragged her by grabbing her hair. The girl told the police that the students were harassing her for more than five months in the name of ragging.
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