Durgapur school student thrashed

A class XI student in Durgapur was thrashed by a teacher on Thursday, July 5, that left him with a bleeding eye.

Amrita Vidyalam Durgapur

Rupak Dey, a class XI student of Amrita Vidyalayam in Bidhannagar of Durgapur felt uneasy while playing volleyball in the school ground. He left the ground and approached his teacher Mr. A.N.Nath asking him to release him as he was feeling unwell and nauseous.

The teacher, according to the student, “reprimanded me saying that I was using this as pretext to bunk classes.” He added: “He then banged my head against a wall, and I fell down.”

Other students of his class then called up Rupak’s mother Mrs. Rita Dey. The worried mother accompanied by some locals rushed to the school and rescued her son.

The left eye of the student revealed a blood clot and he was shifted to the Durgapur SD Hospital.

Amrita Vidyalayam, Durgapur is a senior secondary school managed by Mata Amritanadamayi Math and is affiliated to CBSE.

Police, following a complaint by the student’s mother, has started an inquiry.

Mrs. Mousumi Chatterjee, principal of the school said: “The student was suspended for bad behaviour few days back and is a nuisance in the classroom. We had warned the student and informed his family about his behaviour several times.”

About the teacher’s alleged assault on the boy, she said: “This appears to be fabricated. We shall definitely inquire into this.”

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1 Comment on Durgapur school student thrashed

  1. Judge the situation from both angles.
    I would like to updated one real incident of durgapur in the year 1992-93 " The teacher was teaching in calls and one boy was constantly talking and distracting , the teacher threw the duster that was in his hand hit in his forehead and there was agitation in the school and the teacher left that school and the school lost the good teacher.
    The teacher is my favourite teacher and now is a WBCS Senior level officer and no longer a teacher


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