Two IIM students expelled for taking drugs

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Two IIM students expelled for taking drugs

In a shocking incident, two students of the Indian Institute of Management (IIM)-Indore have been expelled for allegedly taking drugs inside the institute premises.
Two students identified as Varun Yadav and Shailpa Nepali, were caught red-handed consuming some toxic substance in the institute premises. Varun is a student of the post-graduate programme and Shailpa was recently admitted in the newly-started integrated programme in management at IIM-Indore.
IIM-Indore board chairman LN Jhunjhunwala, after holding a meeting with the institute authorities, told reports that he had ordered director M. Ravichandran to investigate the matter and find out the source of the drugs. Jhunjhunwala has also ordered police investigation into the case.

In a shocking incident, two students of the Indian Institute of Management (IIM)-Indore have been expelled for allegedly taking drugs inside the institute premises.

Two students identified as Varun Yadav and Shailpa Nepali, were caught red-handed consuming some toxic substance in the institute premises. Varun is a student of the post-graduate programme and Shailpa was recently admitted in the newly-started integrated programme in management at IIM-Indore.

IIM-Indore board chairman LN Jhunjhunwala, after holding a meeting with the institute authorities, told reports that he had ordered director M. Ravichandran to investigate the matter and find out the source of the drugs. Jhunjhunwala has also ordered police investigation into the case.

Two students identified as Varun Yadav and Shailpa Nepali, were caught red-handed consuming some toxic substance in the institute premises.