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Raman Singh Urges Students to Keep Chhattisgarh Ragging Free

by Medindia Content Team on October 13, 2007 at 4:10 PM
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Raman Singh Urges Students to Keep Chhattisgarh Ragging Free

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh Thursday told the higher education and technical education departments to ensure that no new student is mentally or physically harassed by seniors.

"The chief minister is highly concerned about ragging and wants to make sure that Chhattisgarh does not have any ragging cases," an official said.

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Officials have been told to be in constant touch with college managements and technical institutions to find out if any fresher is being harassed.

The officials have been directed not to hush up any ragging case, even a minor one. The guilty students would be sacked from the institution.

Source: IANS
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