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Saturday, 3 October 2020

Regularise admissions of Rohtak BHMS students, govt tells Centre

Tribune News Service

Rohtak, October 2

The Haryana Government has urged the Union Ayush Ministry to regularise the admissions of 49 third-year students of 2016-17 batch of bachelor of homoeopathic medicine and surgery (BHMS) course at a Rohtak-based homeopathic college.

The admissions of the said students of JR Kissan Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital in Rohtak were abruptly cancelled last year after they had studied for three years.

The Haryana Government had constituted a committee comprising the Additional Chief Secretaries of the departments of Medical Education and Research and Health to look into the matter.

In a letter to the Secretary, Union Ministry of Ayush, the Additional Chief Secretary (Department of Medical Education and Research), Haryana Government, has requested that the admissions of the 49 students be regularised with the permission to appear for their exams.

“Otherwise, the students of the 2016-17 batch be shifted to some other college in a neighbouring state/UT with directions to the college authorities to return the proportionate fees for the remaining period in the best interest of the students,” the letter states.

from The Tribune

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