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Ahmedabad: The National Institute of Design (NID) has suspended three of its second-year students for allegedly ragging some new students.
The incident took place three to four days after the new academic session began on June 13, an NID official said.
“Based on e-mailed complaints from parents of some new students about alleged ragging by senior students, the institute suspended three second year students,” NID Registrar Vijaya Deshmukh said.
“Out of the three suspended students, two are pursuing undergraduate courses, while one is a post-graduate student,” she said.
In the complaint, the parents alleged that their wards were forced to enter the rooms of senior students at night and asked to get do certain activities, NID sources said on the condition of anonymity.
“The anti-ragging committee of the institute swung into action, and with the help of photographs, identified the students against whom the complaints were filed,” Ms. Deshmukh said. — PTI
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