A teacher of Notre Dame College in Dhaka, suffering from pneumonia, fever and lung complications, died on the way to Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) from Chandpur on Thursday evening, reports UNB.

Nikhilesh Ghosh, 50, taught Bangla at the prestigious college in the capital.

Sujauddullah Rubel, resident doctor of Chandpur Government General Hospital, told the news agency that the relatives of the teacher brought him to the hospital around noon while he had been suffering from severe pneumonia and lung complications.


“Considering his condition, we referred him to Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) immediately for better treatment,” he added.

Rubel confirmed news agency UNB over phone that the teacher breathed his last near Sonargaon while being taken to DMCH.

Hemanto Pius Rozario CSC, principal of Notre Dame College, expressed deep shock at the death of the teacher.

He prayed for the departed soul and its eternal peace.