GUWAHATI, NOV 30: Dibrugarh University Anti-Ragging Committee in an emergency meeting on Wednesday evening expelled four students of the university for a period of three years for their involvement in ragging. They were also debarred from taking admission in any institution for a period of three years.
The expelled students were Galab Deka, 3rd Semester (Life Science), Kamaleshwar Chutia, 3rd Semester (Mathematics), Mousum Phukan, 3rd Semester (Applied Geo Physics) and Pusang Kham Boruah, 2nd year (Tai Language).
“In pursuance of the recommendations of Anti-Ragging Committee (ARC) in its meeting held on November 30 and after establishment of guilt and in consideration of the recommendations of the Anti-Ragging Squad (ARS) the four students of Dibrugarh University have been imposed the punishment as per the Clause 7 (B) (IX) of Dibrugarh University Regulations for Prohibiting Ragging and Anti-Ragging Measures,” Dibrugarh University in a statement said.
The authorities of Dibrugarh University in Assam have suspended three wardens of Padma Nath Gohain Baruah Chatra Nivas (PNGB) hostel.
The suspended hostel wardens of Dibrugarh University in Assam are: Dibya Jyoti Dutta, Abu Mustak Hussian and Palash Dutta.
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