Bhubaneswar: The careers of some nursing students at a city-run private nursing school are in a state of obscurity as the educational institution refused to provide them with an admission card to run exams and asked them to recoup their admission fees to mid-university studies. year.
Raising false admissions charges against NIMMS Nursing School located in Baramunda, nursing students filed a complaint against the police claiming that the educational institution had enrolled 55 students for the 2015 academic year- 16, against a capacity of 40. They added that the nursing school had done so. not providing an admission card to 15 additional students and asking them to recover their admission fees.
A representative of NIMMS was detained at the local police station on the basis of the complaint filed by the students.
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Nursing student Laxmipriya Mohanty said: âWhen I was admitted in 2015-2016 for the GNM course the number of places was 40. However, I was allowed to be admitted after paying Rs 15,000. Now the nursing school does not give out the admission card.
Mohanty added, “If the nursing school does not allow us to take the exams, we will not let anyone else take the exams.”