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Suicide of alumnus: SFI phases protest in Kozhikode NIT campus

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Suicide of alumnus: SFI stages protest in Kozhikode NIT campus

By PTI

KOZHIKODE: The suicide of a former pupil of the National Institute of Technology (NIT) right here lately has prompted supporters of the Students Federation of India (SFI) to stage a protest demonstration on the campus on Wednesday.

A pupil of Lovely Professional University (LPU) in Mohali, Punjab Agin S Dileep, a local of Cherthala in Kerala, had died by suicide in his hostel room on September 20.

A suicide notice of the 21-year-old pupil accused the director of his earlier faculty, the Kozhikode NIT, accountable for his excessive step.

The notice mentioned he was mentally disturbed over the alleged issues confronted on the NIT, throughout his days on the institute between 2018 and 2022.

Media reviews mentioned the boy had allegedly blamed the NIT director professor Prasad Krishna for emotionally torturing him throughout his research there.

The agitating college students demanded that the NIT director step down and face the legislation.

There was a minor conflict between the agitators and the police, sources mentioned.

The Kunnamangalam police, nonetheless, mentioned no case has been registered based mostly on the allegation by the previous pupil.

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The incident had witnessed widespread protests by college students of Chandigarh University on Tuesday.

The NIT authorities clarified that the scholar did not clear his first yr even in his fourth yr and therefore was expelled from the establishment, in accordance with the educational norms.

Sources within the NIT mentioned Dileep had accomplished the utmost variety of educational probations permitted as per guidelines of NIT.

He was not eligible to proceed as per the B.Tech Regulations of the institute.

A second occasion of scholars committing suicide on the LPU, the Punjab police is reported to have registered a case and is investigating.

KOZHIKODE: The suicide of a former pupil of the National Institute of Technology (NIT) right here lately has prompted supporters of the Students Federation of India (SFI) to stage a protest demonstration on the campus on Wednesday.

A pupil of Lovely Professional University (LPU) in Mohali, Punjab Agin S Dileep, a local of Cherthala in Kerala, had died by suicide in his hostel room on September 20.

A suicide notice of the 21-year-old pupil accused the director of his earlier faculty, the Kozhikode NIT, accountable for his excessive step.

The notice mentioned he was mentally disturbed over the alleged issues confronted on the NIT, throughout his days on the institute between 2018 and 2022.

Media reviews mentioned the boy had allegedly blamed the NIT director professor Prasad Krishna for emotionally torturing him throughout his research there.

The agitating college students demanded that the NIT director step down and face the legislation.

There was a minor conflict between the agitators and the police, sources mentioned.

The Kunnamangalam police, nonetheless, mentioned no case has been registered based mostly on the allegation by the previous pupil.

ALSO READ | Suicide notice by Lovely Professional University pupil names Kerala professor

The incident had witnessed widespread protests by college students of Chandigarh University on Tuesday.

The NIT authorities clarified that the scholar did not clear his first yr even in his fourth yr and therefore was expelled from the establishment, in accordance with the educational norms.

Sources within the NIT mentioned Dileep had accomplished the utmost variety of educational probations permitted as per guidelines of NIT.

He was not eligible to proceed as per the B.Tech Regulations of the institute.

A second occasion of scholars committing suicide on the LPU, the Punjab police is reported to have registered a case and is investigating.