Miss World Manushi Chhillar Banned From Her College For Not Giving Exams

| July 12 , 2018 , 13:42 IST

Miss World Manushi Chhillar's dream of becoming a doctor is hitting a major roadblock. While she is pursuing her MBBS course in an all-girls medical college in Haryana's Sonepat district, there now seems to be a problem for her to become a doctor.

Manushi took a break from her medical studies for one year to pursue her love for beauty pageants. After fulfilling her commitments to the present titles that she is holding, Manushi plans to get back to her studies and complete her MBBS degree.

According to media reports, Manushi did not attend college after becoming Miss World. She took a break from studies for one year as she went on to pick the 'Miss Haryana' title in April followed by the coveted Femina Miss India title in June in 2017.

Manushi didn't attend her exams and no proper reason has been given to the college administration about leaving the Examination on behalf of Manushi.

Due to this, Manushi has now been banned from giving further examination in Bhagat Phool Singh Women's Medical College, Khanpur. The college cannot give permission to leave the exam without informing and those who are not coming to college will be allowed to pursue further examination from the college administration.

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Dr. A.P. S. Batra, director of the college said that Manushi has not given any written information in the college and also didn't attend supplementary exams in April-May for the examination of January 2018. Now Manushi will not be allowed to give further examination in college and if the case of those who leave the Examination goes to the university level then they have to give further examination and get permission from the PGI (Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research)

Now she has to give a letter to PGI to join the exam. After this, they will decide whether she can give her exams or not.

Vice-Chancellor Dr OP Kalra told that MBBS students have to comply with the rules of the Medical Council of India. For this, 75% attendance and 35% assessment in the internal examination is necessary. After this, the college dean and the director have to decide whether the student will take the exam or not, permission from the college is necessary for the examination. On this basis, she can take the exam.

Manushi comes from a family of doctors. Her father, Dr Mitrabasu Chhillar, is an endocrinologist at the Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences (INMAS), Delhi, and mother, Dr Neelam Chhillar, is a doctor at the Institute of Human Behavior and Allied Sciences (IHBAS), Delhi. Both her parents are at present with Manushi in China.


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