After studying for 2 years, They have courses that are not valid: Say Students


Suhail Khan
Baramulla Hospital administration is putting the career of 15 students in jeopardy, as the course of ECG were offered in which as many as 15 students were enrolled have no Government medical college recognition.
The students were in shock when they contacted Principal government medical college Srinagar to confirm about their date sheets for the said course instead of it Principal told them that these courses are not valid and you people are not registered here.
Sajad Ahmad one of the student said that they been given the admission for ECG course in 2014 and hospital administration few days ago issued the date sheet, to confirm the details of date sheet from Principal GMC he said that the course is not valid here. “When we tried to check our registration from the official website, it shows that we are not registered anywhere” he said.
The administration has put students in panic and trouble as the administration is not revealing the truth. “We are in complete dilemma and problem right now, one side administration have issued date sheet and other side Principal is saying that course is not valid in that case where should we go now” students said.
While students adding that they appeal to the concerned authority to look into the matter and save our previous years “We ask them whether they have GMC permission to run the course then where is our registration and if they have not then how come they started the course and who gave them permission to waste our three previous years,” they said.
Meanwhile when contacted Deputy Commissioner Baramulla Yosha Mudgal she took this matter into the notice of Commissioner sectary of Health and later students has been assured for joining in the same examination which is scheduled in the next month.