Another ragging case came into force from Uttar Pradesh’s Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University in Kanpur, seven engineering students were caught for their involvement in a ragging case.
Kanpur: Ragging has been banned in educational institutions. On paper, everything looks perfect, but in practical life, it is common in several top Indian institutions. Sometimes, freshers have to face harassment and are forced to engage in sexual and other inhuman activities.
Another ragging incident came into force from Uttar Pradesh’s Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University in Kanpur. Seven engineering students were caught for their involvement in a ragging case. They were misbehaving with the juniors in the name of this act. All the culprit students have been suspended from the university.
First-year students of BTech from the Shivaji Boys Hostel were facing backlash from their seniors. When the matter took a serious turn and the lives of the students turned into a hell, students of Shivaji Boys Hostel raised their voice against several senior students.
However, the junior students had written a letter to the vice-chancellor about the matter. After that, the VC took notice and asked the seniors to leave the hostel so that the university environment remained peaceful and free from vices.
The guilty parties not only got the marching order, but the university slapped a one-year suspension, and a fine of Rs 50,000 has also been imposed on those students who were involved in ragging inside the university.