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Fourth suicide of the year in Kota: JEE Mains result was released in the night itself, student's body found in the morning


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The fourth suicide of the year has come to light in Kota this morning. JEE Mains result was released last Monday, after which a student committed suicide in Kota.

According to DSP Bhavani Chaudhary, student Shubh Kumar Chaudhary was from Jharkhand. 16-year-old Shubh was in 12th and had been preparing for JEE for two years. He lived in Krishna Residency Hostel in Mahavir Nagar area of ​​Kota, where he committed suicide.

JEE Mains result came in the night itself

JEE Mains result was released in the night itself. Shubh had given JEE Mains exam. When his parents called him in the morning, Shubh did not pick up the phone, then the suicide was discovered when the warden opened the door.

The reason for the suicide is not yet clear and the number of marks obtained by Shubh is also not known yet.

fourth suicide of the year

Since the beginning of this year, 3 students have committed suicide. In this, 2 students were from UP and 1 from Rajasthan. The student from Rajasthan involved in this had JEE Mains exam just two days later. Along with this, the student had also apologized to his parents in the suicide note.

On February 2, Noor Mohammad (27), resident of Gonda district of UP, had committed suicide. Noor was pursuing B.Tech from Chennai and was preparing online from Kota.

On January 31, Niharika (18), living in Borkheda, Kota, committed suicide. She was preparing for JEE. A suicide note was found near him, in which he had written “I am a loser.”

On January 24, Mohammad Zaid (19) of Moradabad, UP had committed suicide. He was preparing for NEET in Kota.

Suicide took place the next day after the release of JEE answer key.

On Saturday, a 17-year-old student committed suicide due to exam pressure in Hyderabad. The student was under stress regarding his JEE exam result. According to the police, when he compared his answers with the answer key, he realized that perhaps he would not be able to clear the exam. Due to this fear, he committed suicide even before the results were released. However, no suicide note has been found from the student.

“Student is about to commit suicide, please save him”

On Saturday, Kota Police received a message from UP Police, in which it was told that a student in Kota is about to commit suicide, please save him. Apart from this, no other information was given to the police. Based on the information that he had recently come to Kota, the police took the initiative to find him.

SP Sharad Chaudhary took this message very seriously and he himself came to investigate it.

On the basis of name, his complete information was extracted and he was tracked all the time with technical help.

After 3 hours of hard work, the student was found. When the student was found, she was preparing for suicide. The girl had come to study in Kota only 10 days ago.

The input for this suicide was received from Varanasi. There the UP Police was investigating a suicide case, in which they found some such chats in the mobile which made them suspicious and they informed the Kota Police.

Highest number of suicides in Kota in 10 years

According to government data, the highest number of suicides in India in the year 2021 was 13,000. This is 4.5% more than the data of 2020. Along with this, last year i.e. in 2023, 29 students had committed suicide in Kota, which is the highest in 10 years.

Since the beginning of this year, 3 students have committed suicide. In this, 2 students were from UP and 1 from Rajasthan. The student from Rajasthan involved in this had JEE Mains exam just two days later. Along with this, the student had also apologized to his parents in the suicide note.

For this, the government can form a committee in Rajasthan on 20 October 2023. In this, the reasons for suicide of students were given, in which pressure on students to perform well was cited as one of the reasons.

Education Ministry had issued guidelines

The Education Ministry has issued guidelines for coaching institutes across the country. Under this, now coaching institutes will not be able to give admission to children below 16 years of age. Apart from this, making misleading promises and guaranteeing good marks has also been banned.

These guidelines have been made for coaching centers preparing for entrance exams like JEE, NEET, CLAT and all competitive exams after 12th.

In view of the increasing cases of student suicide, incidents of fire in classes and lack of facilities in coaching centres, the Education Department has issued these guidelines.

Along with this, instructions were given to the coaching centers that no coaching center should make false promises to the students and should not spread any misunderstanding.

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