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Authorities at the Stanley Medical College Hospital (SMC) said the College Council took an unanimous decision in this regard after going through the complaints of all the students who were victims of ragging.
Stating that "no innocent student was penalised", the authorities said students placed under suspension were only those who indulged in ragging. But for one final year student, the rest of the students were in their second year MBBS course.
The action was taken following complaints from students and parents. "Members of the College Council examined each and every student who named the seniors who had indulged in ragging", the authorities said. They said that even in 2001, some students were suspended for indulging in ragging junior students.
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