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St Soldier College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Jalandhar, Punjab


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St Soldier College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Jalandhar, Punjab
Address:Basant Vihar, Khambra, Nakodar Road
Jalandhar (District JALANDHAR)
Punjab, India



St Soldier College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Jalandhar Punjab is a recognised institute / college.
Principal of St Soldier College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Jalandhar Punjab is Dr. B.B. Khanna (9814593264) , Dr. Prerana(99145-03666).

St Soldier College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation is situated in Jalandhar of Punjab state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of St Soldier College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Jalandhar Punjab is 2791978 5084767.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of St Soldier College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Jalandhar Punjab is (are) : 2422454.


Contact Details of St Soldier College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Jalandhar Punjab are : Telephone: +91-181-2791978, 5049650 (Fax-Mr Anil Chopra, Chairman)
Mr. P.S. Sethi (MD)


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St Soldier College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Jalandhar Punjab runs course(s) in Physiotherapy stream(s).
Bachelor in Physiotherapy

Approval details: St Soldier College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation is affiliated with Baba Farid University of Health Sciences (BFUHS), Faridkot (Punjab)


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Students complain of ragging, HoD terminated

Students of the St Soldier College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Khambra, today lodged a police complaint against an intern and head of the department for ragging, mental torture and character assassination. However, the police has not registered a case. They instead pressurised the students to withdraw the complaint and enter a compromise with the management over the issue.

Anil Chopra, chairman, college management, who is also a prominent property dealer in the region, said the HoD had been terminated for time being. Four students of the college, one studying in the second year and others in third year, went to Lambran police station and handed over the complaint to the SHO. He said a five-member committee headed by the DSP had been formed to probe the matter. The committee would also have representation from the AISSF and the ABVP, he said. The HoD is trying to mentally torture us, said the girls adding that the college even suspended one of them yesterday without spelling out cause of the action. One of them has been denied of leaves despite suffering from skin allergy. When they approached her on the matter, the HoD threatened them of failure in the forthcoming examination.

The girls in their complaint also wrote that their seniors ragged them at the behest of their HoD, who not only used foul language but also blamed them for immoral character. Jagmohan Singh, DSP Rural, reached the spot to solve the matter. The girls told him that despite the complaints regarding sexual harassment, the HoD took no action over the issue. But the DSP, instead of pursuing the matter further, tried to mutually resolve the issue.

Ragging demon continues to rattle city students

The harassment of Taru Anand, a first year student of Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) at St Soldier College of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Khambra, by her senior has made it clear that the demon of ragging continues to torment students of citys professional colleges. Notably, Amit Kumar Sahai, a first year student of Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT) here had ended his life after being allegedly sexual harassed by his ten seniors in October 2005. At that time a lot of hue and cry was raised over the incident. But gradually the issue was relegated to backburner.

The Taru episode clearly shows how the administration and college authorities have failed to stem the menace. The girl in her complaint had claimed alleged that a second-year student Rakesh had misbehaved with her in December 2006. She also alleged that instead of taking any action against the accused, the college authorities had suspended her for three weeks for filing a complaint. It was only after her parents complained to VC of Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, the accused was suspended. Apart from Taru, four other girl students of the college -- Monica Mahay, Ujala Sonia, Jyoti Anup Singh and Chander Rekha -- have also levelled allegations of sexual harassment, but no proper probe has been initiated to look into the matter.

The story in other professional colleges is no different. Ankush, an MBA (Marketing finance) final year student of A Pee Jay College, admitted that despite ban ragging continues in their institution. Similarly, a student of Dr BR Ambedkar National Institute of Technology (NIT), pleading anonymity, disclosed that the freshers were still being ragged in the institute.

Interestingly, in Tarus case, the college management had initially ruled out the possibility of any such incident. However, after The Tribune highlighted the girls plight, chairman of St Soldier Education Society Anil Chopra admitted yesterday that Taru was harassed. The episode had left the girl mentally disturbed and she had even contemplated suicide at one point. Her parents said the entire family was suffering for no fault of theirs. Our girl is in a mess. And her younger brothers studies are also suffering, said Raj Anand, Tarus mother told The Tribune. She also alleged that the HoD had made indecent remarks against her daughter. Meanwhile, Taru has sought HoDs sacking for her callous behaviour to serious allegations of sexual harassment.

The role of cops has also come under the scanner in Taru case. While SSP Jalandhar Arpit Shukla claimed that the police were not trying to hush up the matter, students who had levelled harassment allegations claimed that DSP Jagmohan Singh Kang, who is heading the panel formed to look into the charges, was forcing them to reach a compromise. One of the students alleged that when they tried to hand over Kang a copy of fresh complaint on Monday, he did not receive it. When asked, Kang rubbished the charges. Prof Kamlesh Singh Duggal, HoD of Mass Communications at Regional University Centre, said: Ragging is going on in some of the professional colleges. The managements should handle the complaints seriously and if they are found genuine, stern action should be taken against the guilty.

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