Lankan college suspends 331 understudies for ragging

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Colombo, June 29: The South Eastern University of Sri Lanka has suspended 331 second year understudies, including 220 female understudies of the Management Faculty, on charges of asserted ragging.

The college organization has disallowed the understudies from entering the college premises, for declining to conform to the college’s hostile to ragging strategy, reports the Colombo Page.

Bad habit Chancellor, Professor M.M.M. Najim said that understudy pioneers of four out of the five resources have concurred not to take part in ragging the first year recruits, while he suspended understudies of the Management Faculty did not concur.

He included that the guardians of new understudies had grumbled about their kids being worn out.

Be that as it may, the Secretary of the Student Union of the South Eastern University Thilina Gamage denied about ragging the fresher’s and said it is a demonstration of retribution to make the college a disallowed zone for the second year understudies with no examination.

Taking after the strike on a first year recruit female understudy of Kelaniya University in May, Lankan colleges have chosen to make stern move against ragging and viciousness against understudies.

The legislature has likewise pledged to entirely uphold the law banning the ragging in state’s advanced education establishments.