A last year graduate degree student ended it all by hanging at his inn in Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad (IIT-H), crediting his choice to make the extraordinary move to his ‘less than stellar scores’ and ‘inability to secure a job’.
Mark Andrew Charles deserted an eight-page suicide note. “I don’t have a job, probably wouldn’t get one. No one hires a loser! It’s amazing to look at my grade sheet. A few more letters and it’ll look like an alphabet chart,” the young from Varanasi composed.
This is the subsequent suicide revealed at the foundation this year. In February, a third-year understudy, Anirudhya Mummaneni, had hopped off the seven-story lodging building. Imprint was doing his lords in structure and had as of late finished his second-year tests. He was expected for a last introduction on July 5.
“I did have dreams, just like everyone. But now, it’s pretty empty. All this positivity, the constant smiling, telling people that I am ok, even though I’m not,” Mark said in the letter routed to his companions and guardians.
The ace’s understudy apologized to his folks for not having the option to do equity to the penances they made for him.
“Two years away from home, at the best institute, with the best of people around me, I wasted it all,” the letter read, mentioning his folks to not cover him and rather hand over his body for medicinal use.
“I’ll make a good specimen cadaver to the future doctors of India,” he wrote in the note.
He likewise apologized to every one of his companions and said the most recent two months of his life were the best.
He educated a couple with respect to his companions to not “squander” their lives in the IT business – “Ankit, Rajjo, IT me kaam karte karte apni life matt bhul jana. Live a little everyday. Ek hi zindagi mili hain.”