Das Sir was a true leader, great mentor/teacher, amazing friend, and even better Husband, Father, and Man. He was always concerned about taking care of the people around him and mentoring younger colleagues and students. He was the man that other people looked up to and loved him for his great leadership. He was a beaming example of what it meant to be a Man.
On the morning of Saturday, January 30th, Das sir woke up and excitedly reported at college for work. By noon, when he should have been breaking for lunch, he was in the emergency room at Hospital in Khammam fighting for his life. As a college principal his daily job duty involved in visiting other students in different campus. While he is riding his bike to different college campus, he met with terrible accident where his head was severely injured, despite efforts and assistance from the medical team and doctors that afternoon, pleas and prayers from his family, friends and dear ones went ignored. Tragically, Das sir took his last breath in the emergency room while fighting for his life in coma.
Anyone who knows Das sir knows that he was a hard worker, a hope bringer, and shared light with student and person he encountered. Das sir leaves behind his wife, 2 children-son (16), daughter (14) family and friends heartbroken. His family is shattered by his loss.
He has been there for and carried 13 batches of Resonance students it is now time we carry him. It is time for his students to comfort and make sure his family is provided. The fund is being established to ensure that the educational and other financial support that he worked so hard to provide for his children while here can continue, even in his absence. Thank you in advance for your support, thoughts, and prayers.
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