Byndoor: Suicide by SSLC student for refusing TC – Public, family stage protest

Silvester D’Souza

Daijiworld Media Network – Byndoor (MS)

Byndoor, May 21: Members of the public and family of the deceased SSLC student, who killed himself for refusal to give him a Transfer Certificate (TC) to join PU college by Byndoor PU college high school authorities, held a protest in front of Byndoor police station calling for the arrest of those who abetted his suicide while also providing suitable justice.

Family members of the deceased boy expressed their grief and said that culprits should be arrested and that they will not hold the final rites of the boy until arrests are made.

DySP of Kundapura Belliappa, probationary IPS officer Dr Harsha Priyamvada and Byndoor CI Savitra Tez held discussions with the public and said that investigations are already on and the case is being considered as serious as the deceased boy is a student. Within a week suitable report will be published after holding interrogation, they promised. They also said that action without any mercy will be taken against the culprits if clarity is available.

Village elders, social leaders and locals instilled confidence among the members of the family of the deceased boy. Later his mortal remains were taken home to conduct the final rites.





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  • Browny Kuwait, Kuwait

    Wed, May 22 2024

    People do not need decipline they need 100% result & distinctions, thats why school should not bother about decipline just concentrate on horse race.

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  • Haneef, Mangalore

    Tue, May 21 2024

    Some school authorities act like mafia!

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  • Peter, Mangalore

    Tue, May 21 2024

    Why protest? School authorities asked him to come along with his parents. Is it something wrong? Instead of notifying parents and take them to school and explain the situation, he has taken wrong step. It seems boy was involved in the wrongdoing in the school and didn't want to be exposed. Requesting to come along with parents to school is not the reason for suicide. However, we have so many judges in this forum and their judgements are on the spot.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai-Mangalore

    Wed, May 22 2024

    Your judgement may be right; but others are posting purely personal opinions which have to be taken in the right spirit and not judgements; BTW, but holding someone to ransom, which is what is done by the many TDH pvt institutions that have sprung up across DK wherein they hold back the pass certificates submitted to the college till the end of the course; midway if one wants to leave the institution, they demand/force the full course fees to be paid in exchange for the certificates submitted to them.... so it's used as an instrument .... for various purposes. which can sometimes lead to catastrophic consequences 😞?? PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS A VERY PERSONAL OPINION, PLEASE DON'T BELIEVE IN ANYBODY'S PERSONAL OPINION 🙏🙏

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai-Mangalore

    Tue, May 21 2024

    The behaviour of the school authorities in refusing to issue TC for his supposedly mischievous acts seems irresponsible and unwarranted, as without the TC he wouldn't be entertained in any institution for further studies and they have some specific dates before which the students have to submit the TC!! 😞😞

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  • Arjun, India

    Tue, May 21 2024

    TC should be provided online. No institution should be allowed to blackmail students. TC is actually a British practice to controll Indians when they were ruling.

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  • Prakash, Dubai

    Wed, May 22 2024

    Schools for the general public also had started by british and other missionaries. Thanks for thier efforts , because of their service Indians are thriving every where.

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  • Kiran Poojary, Mangaluru/Bengaluru

    Tue, May 21 2024

    I had seen some students breaking light bulbs when I was studying in Govt school. They were taking pride in that. College authorities were right in asking fine by withholding TC if the student was involved in damaging the college properties. Student was wrong in committing suicide even if college authorities were wrong. Financial losses can be recovered, but not human life. The frequent suicide news for trivial reasons shows how fragile these generations are!

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    Tue, May 21 2024

    The principal and teacher who denied to issue TC, should be thoroughly investigated and guilty should be severely punished.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, May 21 2024

    Very sad story.Its not normal to give a student after his exams to handover a certificate so that his future is secured.I am sure they were waiting for some handsome money ?Trying to peel even a poor students family.Even as my husband completed his IT in mangalore ,he was not given a certicate after exams Instead they gave a alternative certificate till they get ready certificate ,.Months years are gone till now it is not yet visible Inbetween 48years.He couldnt get a job without it.They call tomorrow or week ,not ready.etc.Even after offering some money too wasnt there either clark was not there.Its a big disease which never has a medicine.Now let them catch hold of this particular person and heavy punishment must be put on him?/them .Get rid of this disease.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai-Mangalore

    Tue, May 21 2024

    Dear Rita, your comments are not applicable in today's digital world, hope you are doing well in Germany 🙏

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