Dibrugarh, November 29th: Assam Medical College reported a situation that was similar to the one that is currently making headlines at Dibrugarh University due to ragging. The medical college administration expelled two orthopaedic department students for six months.
The notice read, “On the basis of the report of the Anti-Ragging Committee, the following Postgraduate students of the department of Orthopedics, Assam Medical College, Dibrugarh were found guilty of harassing junior Postgraduate students both physically and mentally, which is a gross misconduct.
Hence, on the recommendation of the Anti-Ragging Committee, the following disciplinary actions are imposed upon the guilty PG students of department of Orthopaedics.” The students were subjected to the following disciplinary measures: 1. A six-month ban on class attendance and academic privileges. 2. Immediate suspension or expulsion from the hostel.
The two students suspended were: Dr. Sayan Mukherjee (2021-22) and Dr. Saket Saraf (2021-22)The incident was only made public following the recent ragging case from Dibrugarh University that led a student to jump off a two-story building even though the notification was issued on November 21.