GMC Srinagar issues notice to 1st year MBBS students over attendance
Srinagar: Seeking explanation from first-year MBBS students who were found not to be attending theory and practical classes, the authorities of Government Medical College, Srinagar has issued notice regarding the matter.
Referring to the absence of the students as gross negligence, the college has sent the copy of the notice to the parents of the students as well, reports Daily Excelsior.
The administration has further referred to the rules mentioned in the Kashmir University statutes. As per the University rules, a student needs to have 75% of attendance in theory and 80% attendance in practical/ clinical studies.
Having the minimum attendance mentioned before, is the eligibility for appearing in the examination of those subjects. As per the University Statures,1st-year the shortage of attendance can only be condoned if sufficient reasons are given by a student.
"You are directed to explain as and why disciplinary action is not initiated against you as warranted under relevant statutes governing MBBS course," the notice stated as per the latest media report by Daily Excelsior.
"Furthermore, Parents/Guardians of all the First year MBBS students (Batch 2020) are informed that the behaviour of their wards towards the studies is unsatisfactory," added the notice.
The daily adds that the administration has further directed the students to reply to the notice and submit their explanation within a period of 48 hours from the date on which the notice was issued. The reply should be submitted via the concerned Head of the Department of all the students, the notice has further clarified.