Haryana’s Ayush University postpones medical exams following NSUI protest. Ayush University in Haryana, the college on Thursday announced the postponement of upcoming medical exams, until August 31. The BAMS (Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine, and Surgery) exams have been earlier scheduled to be carried out from August 17. Follow us to get daily updates.
Sri Krishna AYUSH University is a university established by Haryana Government by act no. 25 of 2017. It started functioning from academic year 2018-19 and has headquarters in Kurukshetra city of Haryana, India.
Earlier The NSUI (National Students’ Union of India) had organised a protest at the SKAU, in which several students had participated. The protest was against the conduct of BAMS exams, as the students said they would risk their lives while travelling to the exam centres.
The protest was led by Divyanshu Budhiraja, State President – NSUI Haryana who raised his voice for the scholars.According to the main points supplied by the scholars, the Vice-Chancellor was stopped halfway whereas he was making an attempt to flee the wrath of the protesters.
Following hours of slogan elevating and protests, the authorities on the Ayush University lastly announced that the exams stand postponed until August 31.
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