Jamshedpur, July 25 : An 18-year-old student, Sanjiv Kumar Singh, who was scheduled to get admission in NIT, Jamshedpur on Monday has gone missing. A resident of Bhalubasa in Sitaramdera locality of the city, Sanjiv had on Saturday evening went to market informing his mother that he was going to get some of his certificates attested at a clinic in adjoining Baradwari and will return within half-an-hour. But, he did not return since then.
The phone of the missing aspiring engineer is switched off and the parents have not got any trace of him. They are frantically searching for him in the city and elsewhere, including at the native place in Bihar.
OC, Sitaramdera police station, Rameswar Oraon said today they are carrying search but have not been able to trace him. They got to know the cellphone that Sanjiv was carrying was somewhere at Raipur in Chhatishgarh through the mobile tower location.
“We are taking out the call details records (CDR) of the cellphone of Sanjiv. Once we get the CDR it will be easy for us to have an idea about the persons who had spoken to the boy last time. We are doing our best to find his whereabouts,” said the officer-in-charge.
Sanjiv had achieved 44,000 rank in this year’s JEE Advance and was about to get admission in metallurgical stream at the Adityapur-based tech cradle.
Meanwhile, NIT official said the admission of Sanjiv will be possible only if he turns by tomorrow.” We have got to know about his disappearance.
The parents of the missing boy had turned up before the director of the institute with a request for allowing his admission, but unless the boy does not turn up in the institute admission cannot be done” he noted.
Sanjiv’s father Ajay Singh said that they had approached the NIT director, Ram Babu Kodali and presented him the copy of missing person report that they have lodged with the Sitaramdera police station.