GNM Institute Patna: All nursing students evicted from hostels

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Pallavi Pathak
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Updated on May 9, 2022 11:44 IST

All nursing students of GNM Institute of Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) were evicted from hostels for creating trouble on the hospital campus.

GNM Institute Patna: All nursing students evicted from hostels

After the nursing students of GNM Institute of Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) protested against the hospital's decision to vacate them from hostels and shift their institution from PMCH to Rajapakar in the Vaishali district, all 180 nursing students have been evicted from their hostels with help of district administration.

The hospital administration had asked them to vacate the hostels within 24 hours for creating problems on the hospital campus and blocking the entry of patients during their protest on May 4, as reported by TOI.

After the protest, hospital superintendent Dr IS Thakur asked nursing students to vacate the hostels within 24 hours, he said if the orders are not followed then disciplinary actions would be started against them for troubling and obstructing patients and medical staff. He also informed the senior health officials and urged the DM to send a police force with lady cops.

The protest by the nursing students reportedly affected the medical services of the hospital as they blocked the main gate of the hospital and lanes leading to OPDs and patient wards.

PMCH redevelopment: Nursing hostels to be demolished

After vacating the students on Friday, the PMCH administration disconnected the power and water connections to the nursing hostels and now the two hostels are all set to be demolished. The hospital is shifting all materials and equipment of the skill lab for nursing education to Rajapakar. The hospital is going through a mega development and many of the old structures on the hospital campus are being demolished for the construction of new buildings.

Here are some of the tweets by the nursing students:

 

 

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