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Board student kills himself for missing 5 questions of Physics paper
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Just 10 minutes before the exam was to finish, he realised that he had left five questions of last page which he was unable to notice as the papers were stuck tight. After which Kumawat got nervous and requested the teacher to give him extra time. The teacher gave him five minutes but Kumawat was unable to finish the paper due to which he got depressed

 

A17-year-old boy studying in Class 12 killed himself by jumping off the sixth floor of a building in Sikar on Monday due to exam stress, police said. The incident occurred around noon near the income tax office of Todinagar, police said.
 
Panic gripped the school authorities, students and the locals when they saw a student lying in a pool of blood on the road outside the exam centre.
 
Deputy superintendent of police (DSP), Sikar city, Saurabh Tiwari along with a police team rushed to the spot. Police found a permission letter in the pocket of the deceased student.
 
The deceased is a resident of Chandpura village of Sikar district. He was a student of the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) board and pursuing science-maths (PCM) stream.
 
DSP Tiwari said Kumawat feared that he would not be able to perform well in the Physics paper due to which he ended his life out of stress after leaving the exam hall.
 
Tiwari said, “Currently, board exams are going on. Pages of two question papers were sticking with each other. Just 10 minutes before the exam was to finish, he realised that he had left five questions of last page which he was unable to notice as the papers were stuck tight.
 

 

“After which Kumawat got nervous and requested the teacher to give him extra time. The teacher gave him five minutes but Kumawat was unable to finish the paper due to which he got depressed. His friends tried to motivate him but the efforts went in-vain. When we checked the background of Kumawat, we found that he was meritorious students and had scored 87 percentage in 10th board examinations,” added Tiwari.
 
According to the officials, RBSE board’s Physics paper started from 8:30 am and ended at 11:45 am on March 11. The deceased student appeared for Physics paper and committed suicide after leaving from the exam hall.
 
The family members of the student have been informed. His body has been taken to the hospital’s mortuary and will be handed over to the family members after the post mortem examination.
 

 
 


 
 


 
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