Snake bites school student in AMU hostel, critical

  • | Wednesday | 4th October, 2023

AGRA: A 16-year-old student at Syed Hamid Senior Secondary School of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU), Hanjala Islam, was bitten by a snake while he was sleeping in a hostel at 2am on Sunday. He was initially admitted to Aligarh Government Medical College and later referred to a private hospital in Delhi in a critical condition. On Tuesday, students staged a dharna on the campus against the alleged negligence on part of the university. They claimed that there had been several complaints in the past regarding sightings of snakes. We also published the following articles recentlyThree injured in shooting incident at Aligarh Muslim University campus; Police launch investigationThree individuals were injured by gunshots at Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) in India. The injured parties are receiving medical treatment at the universitys medical college. The local police are investigating the incident, which occurred after an argument between students from different halls. Individuals from one hall allegedly opened fire, resulting in the injuries. The injured individuals are filing an official complaint, and the police are committed to conducting a thorough investigation.Unhygienic conditions, lack of furniture haunt MGM hostel studentsStudents at Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Medical College (MGM) in Indore are facing numerous issues in their hostels, including unhygienic conditions, lack of furniture, dysfunctional lifts, and stray dogs. The college is facing a funds crunch, which has delayed the purchase of new furniture. The students have raised these issues with the concerned authorities, but no action has been taken so far. The dean of the college has stated that they are trying to secure CSR donations to address the furniture issue. Some of the issues in the girls hostel have been resolved, but others remain.Inter student hangs to death at hostelA 17-year-old student in Vijayawada committed suicide in his college hostel due to family issues. The student, M Pawan Kumar, had recently been enrolled in a residential college after showing disinterest in studies. When he requested to go home due to conjunctivitis, his mother refused, assuming he was trying to skip classes. Offended by this, he left a suicide note blaming his parents before hanging himself. The incident highlights the seriousness of mental health issues among students.

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