North Gazette News/Chandigarh
Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak (MDU Rohtak) on Tuesday revoked the expulsion of 13 Kashmiri students and now, they would be allowed to continue their studies from the varsity.
As per reports, MDU Rohtak vice Chancellor H S Chahal issued directions to concerned authorities to cancel expulsion of Kashmiri students and allow these students to continue their studies.
“Chahal has asked the authorities to let the Kashmiri students to continue studies and appear in the exams,” sources said, adding that these students were expelled after MDU Rohtak didn’t receive the scholarship amount from the Government of India.
It is pertinent to mention here that 13 Kashmiri students who were admitted under Prime Minister’s Special Scholarship Scheme for students belonging to Jammu and Kashmir and the scholarship amount for their studies were not received by MDU Rohtak.
After this, MDU Rohtak authorities had expelled the students and had barred from attending classes and also from appearing in the exams that are scheduled be held in May 2015.
As per reports, 23 students from Jammu and Kashmir had been admitted in the MDU Rohtak under Prime Minister’s Special Scholarship Scheme for students belonging to J&K. But the varsity authorities only received scholarship amount for 10 students only while 13 students’ scholarship amount was not sent to the varsity.