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Students continuing agitation for admission

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Chittagong Bureau :
The students who passed HSC last year and did not get admission to the medical colleges for studying MBBS are continuing the agitation for withdrawal of decision of cutting 5 marks for attending the admission test for MBBS course for second time.
Hundreds of students formed human chain protesting the decision of cutting 5 marks for attending the admission test for MBBS course for second time.
The students formed human chain on Jamal Khan road at Press Club premises on Wednesday morning. The agitated students demanded to withdraw the decision of cutting 5 marks for attending the admission test for MBBS course for second time and terming the conspiracy of the vested quarter in the government.
They had also formed human chain on June 11 for the same demands. The agitated students also submitted memorandum to the Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina through the DC of Chittagong on June 11.

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