The University of Hyderabad on Wednesday had suspended 10 postgraduate students for varying periods of time with immediate effect” on charges of misconduct, physical and verbal assault on its officials on November 3. Three students who found guilty of severe charges got suspended for two years. While the other seven were suspended for six months from hostels and academic programmes. The students were suspended soon after a report was filed by an inquiry committee constituted by Vice Chancellor Prof P Appa Rao.
Accoding to TOI report, “The competent authority has approved the report and recommendations of the committee that has held students guilty on charges of unauthorized entry of outsiders into the hos tel room, refusal to show identity cards, switching off the lights, sloganeering against the wardens, physical intimidation, verbal assault, preventing officials from delivering their duties etc,” read a release from the varsity
On 3 November, varsity officials had raided MH-J-Hostel (boys) on the UoH campus and found a girl in a room at around 11.30 pm. The raid, which went on till 1 am, turned into a controversy with students turning off lights and allegedly trying to assault the officials.
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