Kerala SSLC: Full A+ for boy who succumbed to accident injuries; His organ donation deed wins heart

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Thiruvananthapuram: The announcement of Kerala SSLC 2023 results by Education Minister V Sivankutty on Friday witnessed an emotionally heightened episode. The reason behind this is the minister’s revelation that Sarang, who died on Wednesday, secured A+ in all subjects in the SSLC exam. He secured full A+ even without the grace marks, the minister specifically noted.

The minister also took the opportunity to laud his parents for their willingness to donate his organs despite the pain they are going through. Tears welled up in the eyes of the minister when he remarked about Sarang.

Sarang, a student of Govt BHSS Attingal and a native of Vanchiyoor here met with an accident on May 13. The accident happened while he was returning from a hospital in an autorickshaw after taking treatment for a leg injury from football-his passion. He was tossed off from the vehicle and hit his head on the road. He was critically injured and was declared brain dead on Wednesday. His parents Bineshkumar and Rajani welcomed doctors’ intimation on the possibility of organ donation. Following this, Sarang's organs were donated to six individuals.

SSLC exam result comes two days after his demise. "He has left us after a noble deed," the minister said while announcing his result.

State Health Minister Veena George also paid tribute to Sarang.

In a Facebook post, the minister too mentioned that Sarang, a resident of nearby Attingal, gave new life to six people. Sarang's two kidneys, liver, heart valve, and two corneas were donated after he became brain-dead due to the accident, she said.

"Sarang was a child who wanted to be a sportsman and loved football very much. The decision of the relatives who came forward to donate his organs despite their intense grief is exemplary", the minister said.

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