School returns fees, raises donations after girl found suffering from cancer
THE NURSERY STUDENT WAS ADMITTED TO A PRIVATE SCHOOL IN BIHAR'S PATNA DISTRICT
A school in Bihar returned all the money it had collected as tution fees and in other heads to a student after she was diagnosed with suffering from blood cancer.
Raushan Kumar Kesari, a resident of Bihta town in Bihar’s Patna district had admitted his seven-year-old daughter Trisha to a private school in the locality. She was enrolled in nursery section and was good at study.
One day she suddenly fell sick in the school and then stopped attending classes after her fever failed to come down.
Subsequent tests conducted later found that the baby girl was suffering from blood cancer. The news left the family surviving on petty income from a roadside stall shell-shocked as they admitted her to the local Mahavir Cancer Institute in Patna.
Reports said when the school administration came to know about her condition, it called her father and returned all the money it had collected as tution and in other heads.
The school administration also raised funds for her treatment and handed over the donations to the family.
“This is small contribution from our side. We are shocked to hear news of her seriousness ailment and pray for her speedy recovery,” school principal Nidhi Giri told the media on Tuesday.