This pandemic has made us realize that many things in our lives are not constant; neither our lives nor the time. The future is unpredictable.

With a heavy heart we inform that a 3rd-year student of National Institute of Technology Raipur is not more with us today. This is third such incident in this lockdown within a month when NIT Raipur students have left us for heavenly abode.

This recent incident is with Pragati Chandrakar, a 3rd-year student from Architecture department of NIT Raipur. As per the information received from her friends, she committed suicide at her home. The reason and the mode of suicide is still unknown to everyone.

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Pragati was a very active girl and member of different clubs of NIT Raipur.
Go Green NIT Raipur club stated

She was the most cheerful member and friendly to everyone around and its deeply sorrow full to loose her in the midway.

While National Service Scheme, NIT Raipur in a post wrote,

Hold on to love, and not to the loss and so today when we have lost a very bright, positive and loving soul all we can do is to grieve, but with her memories and her love in our hearts and pray that her soul rests in peace.
In remembrance of Pragati Chandrakar… You will be deeply missed!

Previously Avinash Rathod, 4th sem BioMedical Student passed away in the morning of 31st July.  He had water in his lungs and was suffering from this for around the last 50 days. He had to undergo an operation on 1st August, So on 31st July he was admitted to Mumbai hospital where he took his last breath.

Another incident that took place of NIT RR is of Hanumant Vijay, 6th sem student of Mechanical Engineering at NIT Raipur passed away battling with a brain tumor. He was fighting with brain tumors for the last 9 months and ended up losing his life.

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Admin note:
Suicide is NEVER an option!
Regardless of your situation, things do not stay the same. You may feel lost and confused, but the answers to your specific problems are out there. Focus on the facts of your situation and not your thoughts. No situation is hopeless. Your loved ones, friends, relatives, God, mental health counselors, priests, ministers, etc. are all excellent sources of help. They are all willing to help you, and they can make a difference, but you must be willing to take advantage of this help. Every problem has a solution. You have to find it.

By Admin