Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Topic: Rashmi

Medical negligence of HCU administration murdered Rashmi, the PhD scholar

The only son of Sunil Suna and Hansamani Suna, Rashmi was a first-generation marginalized student hailing from Western Odisha. After defying all odds, he started his journey at the UoH in 2012 as an MSc student of Physics. Presently he was in the 4th year of the Ph.D. programme when the incompetent HCU medical center and Himagiri hospital failed to save a precious life. Known as a very meritorious and workaholic scholar, Rashmi has co-authored two papers, "Amplified measurement of weak optical activity using a spin-phase-gradient beam" in the Journal of Optics Letters and "Spin-orbit beams for optical chirality measurement" in the Journal of Applied Physics Letters, respectively. Rashmi had already been selected for an International Conference, "SPIE Photonics West 2019" to be held in San Francisco, USA. His father Sunil, despite being a farmer, had provided good education to Rashmi and his sister, who is presently pursuing her Certificate in Teaching (CT) course in Nabarangpur. His death is a huge loss to his family, community, village, and academics as well. He would have been a great inspiration for many other kids in his native place.