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The principal of a private technology college in Coimbatore has been booked for allegedly not taking action against seven students in an incident of ragging two months ago, police said on Tuesday.
The city crime branch registered a case of ragging against the second year students and also the principal, Dr RS Kumar, for not taking appropriate action under various sections of the Tamil Nadu Prohibition of Ragging Act, police said.
The case was registered following a complaint by Mohammed Ajmal, a first year automobile engineering student of Kumaraguru College of Technology (KCT).
He had complained that the seven second year students had objected to him coming in car, as they were using two-wheelers, police said.
The students also assaulted him and he had to be hospitalised, Ajmal claimed in the complaint, adding that though the incident was reported to the principal, he failed to take any action against the senior students.
Instead of taking action against the seniors, the college issued suspension notice against him. In the complaint, Ajmal said he had filed it to seek justice.


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When contacted, KCT management officials said the principal had taken stringent action against 12 students for the incident. Ajmal used to drive the car in a rash and negligent manner and the students had cautioned him to not do so on the campus, they said.
Moreover, one student was given transfer certificate and other students were suspended for fighting inside the campus on March 18. The lodging of complaint was deliberate and it was done only last night after Ajmal was suspended indefinitely by the principal, the officials alleged.
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Ragging in MS University - no action taken

Politics is influencing M S University (MSU) to such an extent that it is simply not bothered to take action on serious issues like ragging or marks scam.

A report on the ragging episode that rocked the campus in March this year is ready since a month. But it was not placed before the university's syndicate. The syndicate members themselves were not interested to discuss it on Saturday, so it seemed.
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 This report recommends punitive action against BJP Yuva Morcha leaders, who have been found guilty in the ragging incident. But sources suggest that the report was not brought before the syndicate because the BJP-RSS group, which has majority in the syndicate wanted to avoid a political controversy at a time when the state BJP unit is celebrating victory of the party in the Lok Sabha elections. The BJP-RSS group otherwise is keen on taking action against the BJP Yuva Morcha leaders, with whom it has been at loggerheads.

At the same time, the university has also not sought any report from Veer Narmad South Gujarat University (VNSGU) where in the MBBS marks scam the alleged role of dean of Baroda Medical College A T Leuva has come under scrutiny.

VNSGU's syndicate is going ahead with a police complaint in the MBBS marks scam. A report by the inquiry committee constituted by VNSGU has revealed that Leuva had allegedly asked examiner Gunvant Vaishnav, a faculty at Gotri Medical College of Vadodara, to increase marks of a VNSGU student — Paresh Zala in gynaecology papers.

While VNSGU authorities have taken strict action against the student and the examiner and lodged a police complaint to further probe the entire scam, MSU officials are simply not bothered even as both Leuva and Vaishnav are directly connected with MSU. source-timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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Ragging victim shows mercy

Ujjain : A ragging victim who was beaten by his seniors at School of Engineering and Technology (SOET) Vikram University on May 7 showed mercy upon accused student. Ragging victim who is a BE first year student of SoET in his statement before Anti-Ragging Committee said that he was not ragged, but was beaten by senior. Ragging victim Rahul Ahirwar was beaten by his senior Shubham Tripathi and others on May 7. Seniors asked him not to wear jeans in the college before senior. source-freepressjournal.in

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Ragging in Vikram University’s School of Engineering and Technology (SOET), Ujjain

Rahul Ahirwar student of Vikram University's School of Engineering and Technology (SOET) was on Wednesday allegedly ragged by his senior Shubham Triapthi and his 3 accomplices, in which an FIR was lodged at Madhav Nagar police station. Police have started the investigation, while all accused are still absconding. Meanwhile, varsity administration has decided to take strong action against the accused. Registrar Dr BL Bunkar has sought a copy of report and investigation from police station after which the anti-ragging committee will expel accused from college if found guilty. source-freepressjournal.in