Nepali student dies in AustraliaA Nepali student, who had come to Australia two months ago to pursue higher study, has died.
A Nepali student, who had come to Australia two months ago to pursue higher study, has died.
Milan Tamang, 20, of Madhumalla, Morang, died during the course of treatment. He had come to Sydney for diploma course in Information Technology (IT). He was the student of ‘Hamro College’.
According to his roommate Prakash Adhikari, Tamang was rushed to a hospital in an ambulance after he suddenly collapsed while he was studying in his room.
Doctors at the hospital declared him dead on Thursday. Officials said the doctors attending him cited ‘brain hemorrhage’ as the reason behind his death.
Preparations are underway to send his body to Nepal.
Deepak Khanal, Director of Hamro College, said that all the fees he paid for the college while coming to Sydney for study will be reimbursed to his next of kin.
Tamang Society in Sydney has started collecting money to send the body of Tamang to Nepal and also urged the Nepali community to lend support.