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Second year students in the Siddha undergraduate course have been alleging victimisation for protesting against poor infrastructure. They say a set of students who made the protest were ``deliberately victimised during valuation of one of the subjects''.
The TN Dr. MGR Medical University Vice-Chancellor, C.V. Bhirmanandham, told the The Hindu that he had ordered revalution of the particular paper, about which the complaint had risen, by external experts. "If a candidate gets pass marks in the revaluation, he or she would be declared so. But if someone who passed earlier gets a lower mark the second time, the original mark would be taken into consideration. Still, the students will have to wait for the valuation and tabulation of results''.
Officials in the Directorate of Indian Medicine said they had conveyed all these to the striking students.
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