Board exams are going to start soon in Rajasthan and before that a student committed suicide. A suicide note was also found near him. It is written that I can not get 95 percent marks, so I am taking this step. Sharing the student’s letter, the IRS officer made a tweet.
A Class 10 girl in Rajasthan’s Dausa district has committed suicide before the examination. She was troubled by the pressure of high numbers. . The Rajasthan Board exams are scheduled to begin from March 16. The student committed suicide by hanging herself in her house on Thursday morning. A suicide note was also recovered from him. Which has become viral on social media. People are surprised to hear about this incident. The IRS officer who passed UPSC has told the story of his failure. He has said that he also failed in class 10, but later passed the tough exams.
Dev Prakash Meena, posted as Additional Commissioner in the Revenue Department, has shared this news and told about his experience. “Someone tell these children that I failed once in class 10, passed the next year by 43%, 12% in 56th and 48% in BA Honours. When I started studying, studying, in the first attempt, I was selected in ras subordinate service and then finally selected in UPSC’s civil service a total of 3 times.
Before committing suicide, the student wrote, ‘Forgive me Papa, Mummy. I won’t be able to do it. I can’t make maybe more than 95%. I am upset with this 10th grade. I can’t bear it anymore. I love you Papa, Mummy and Rishabh. Forgive me,” he said, adding that he finally signed his signature. Also created a smiley emoji.
What are people saying?
One user said, ‘It is very sad, children should not lose courage like this, look at Dev Prakash Meena sir. How they turned their failure into success, they should take inspiration by seeing them. And I have passed 10th standard. I had 10.53% in class 67, now I am in 11th grade sir. Can I prepare for UPSC?”
Another user said, ‘From today, the pressure of studies on my child will stop. The third user said, “It is not the fault of the children at all, the whole fault is of the well-wishers. Prominent among them are parents and people around them. The entire environment is being created, in the form of advertising for children’s education.