Baramulla paramedical students protest ‘invalidity’ of their course

Baramulla paramedical students protest ‘invalidity’ of their course

Baramulla: The students pursing ECG course at Baramulla District Hospital protested on Tuesday against the ‘invalidity’ of their degree.
They said the course offered by the hospital administration was not valid, even as the 15 students enrolled for it were not registered anywhere.
“The authorities have put out career at stake,” they said.
They said they were shocked to learn that they were not registered with the Government Medical College (GMC).
“We contacted principal GMC to confirm about our date-sheet, but he shocked us by revealing that our course is neither registered nor valid,” the students said.
“We took admission in this ECG course in 2014 and the hospital administration issued date-sheet a few days ago. We tried to reconfirm the details of date-sheet from the principal GMC, but he said our course is not valid.
“We tried to check our registration from the college’s website, but it too shows that we are not registered,” Sajad Ahmad, a protesting student, said.
Another student added: “We are in complete dilemma now. On one side administration has issued our date-sheet and on the other, the principal says we are not registered.”
The deputy commissioner Baramulla, Yasha Mudgal, said she would take up the matter with commissioner sectary Health.

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