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Who was Deepti Mandaloi? SGSITS Student commits suicide
On Thursday morning, a Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology and Science (SGSITS) first-year electrical engineering student was discovered hanging from her dormitory room. According to the police, it looks at first glance that she killed herself because she was despondent and had failed her first-semester exam with five failing grades. In charge of Tukoganj police station Deepti Mandaloi, a native of Gogaon in the Khargone district, was identified as the deceased, according to Kamlesh Sharma. She was residing at the SGSITS College’s Sarojini Naidu Girls Hostel. In five of the subjects that she had listed in her diary, Deepti received an ATKT.
She probably committed suicide as a result of this depression. However, he went on to say that the inquiry and postmortem would expose the truth of the situation. According to a suicide note that was allegedly written by her, she was having trouble pursuing an engineering degree in English because she had studied in Hindi up until Class 12, Sharma said. Rakesh Saxena, the college’s director, informed the Free Press that there was no ragging on campus. The young woman wrote in her diary that she struggled academically. SGSITS also provides engineering in Hindi. Additionally, as we have students from different mediums, the first year’s educational medium is a mix of Hindi and English.
After her phone and other items are reviewed, the girl may have further problems that surface. Her flatmate reported that Deepti acted normally and showed no symptoms of depression. Even today, she continued to engage with others normally. On Thursday about 11:30 a.m., Deepti’s flatmate found the door locked when she went back to the space. She peered in the door and saw that Deepti had already hanged herself. The director continued, “We then notified the police and family members. Her education had been in Hindi, thus she was having trouble adjusting to the English medium of instruction.