HPU launches anti-ragging campaign in Aman Kachroo`s name

Less than a fortnight after allowing four medical students convicted for ragging to death their junior Aman Kachroo to continue with their studies, the Himachal Pradesh University (HPU) on Wednesday launched an anti-ragging campaign in the victim`s name.

Medical students rally for more post-graduate seats

Hundreds of medical students staged rallies in various cities across the country Monday for more post-graduate seats to meet the shortage of specialist doctors.

Medical students on indefinite hunger strike in MP

Seven youths, including two girls, staged an indefinite hunger strike here on Monday demanding a CBI probe into the recent Pre-Medical Test (PMT) scam which was exposed by the police.

Medical students take out march for equal UG, PG seats

Over 300 medical students on Monday took out a march in the city demanding equal seats in undergraduate and postgraduate medical courses.

Aman Kachroo ragging death case: All accused freed on `good conduct`

Four medical college students, who were convicted of ragging to death their junior Aman Kachroo in Himachal Pradesh four years back, have been set free on account of their ‘good conduct’, reports said on Thursday.

Four students to resume studies after completing prison term

Authorities in Himachal Pradesh on Wednesday said that four medical students given a four-year prison term in the Aman Kachroo ragging case can resume their studies as they have completed their sentence.

Elderly people pledge body donation in Coimbatore

Elderly people residing in an old age home in Coimbatore have pledged to donate their bodies after death to young aspiring doctors for studying human anatomy.

Four medical students booked for ragging

Police have registered cases
against four MBBS third year students for their alleged
involvement in a case of ragging at a private medical college
here.

More practical training for medical students

Undergraduate medical students
are all set to get more practical training with the Medical
Council of India proposing an innovative curriculum to bridge
the gap between theory and practice.

HC dismisses petitions of students involved in impersonation

Madras HC dismissed petitions by two medical students seeking to quash their suspension order of JIPMER, Puducherry on the ground they involved in impersonation in MBBS entrance exam.

10 medical students arrested for "disturbing peace" in J&K

Ten medical students were among the 19 people arrested by J&K police for allegedly indulging in unlawful activities and disturbing peace in Jammu and Doda
districts.