Goa: Four MBBS students left hostel for assaulting fellow student

Panaji, May 20 (SocialNews.XYZ) Playing loud music in the hostel room led to the rustication of four MBBS students from Goa Medical College and Hospital (GMC), who allegedly assaulted a fellow student from an adjacent room after the latter complained about noise pollution.

GMC Dean, SM Bandekar confirmed that the four students have been hardy for a period of three months.


“They are rustic from the boys’ hostel, not academics,” Bandekar told IANS.

Of the four students, three are MBBS third year students and the fourth is a second year student. All were found guilty of assaulting the complainant and causing him serious injury.

The Complainant is a third year MBBS student.

After the incident was reported, a four-member committee was appointed by the Dean to investigate the matter.

“The investigation is still ongoing,” Bandekar told IANS.

The committee’s primary investigation had recommended rustication, which was implemented by the college authorities.

Police sources said that on the day of the incident (in April), the four students allegedly played loud music in their hostel room.

It bothered the complainant to stay in an adjoining room, following which the four students assaulted the first when he raised an objection.

However, the four students also filed a counter complaint, claiming that they were studying in groups in the room.

Source: IANS

Goa: Four MBBS students left hostel for assaulting fellow student

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