MP Teen Dies By Suicide After NEET Result Shows Just Six Marks; OMR Sheet Actually Shows 590

Her parents did not believe the marks their daughter received after which they checked her OMR sheet in which she had gotten 590 marks.

Madhya Pradesh   |   24 Oct 2020 5:14 AM GMT
Writer : Palak Agrawal | Editor : Prateek Gautam | Creatives : Rajath
MP Teen Dies By Suicide After NEET Result Shows Just Six Marks; OMR Sheet Actually Shows 590

Image Credits: Siyasat

In a shocking incident, an 18-year-old student from Madhya Pradesh's Chhindwara district ended her life after an alleged mismatch in the numbers of her NEET (National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test) exam result.

Vidhi Suryavanshi, on seeing poor results was left heartbroken which prompted her to take such an extreme step. She had been allotted just six marks for the eligibility examination conducted for medical aspirants.

However, her parents did not believe the marks their daughter received after which they checked her OMR sheet in which she had gotten 590 marks, reported DNA.

By the time, they could convince their daughter about her outstanding performance, Vidhi had committed suicide. She wanted to serve the people by becoming a doctor and had studied hard to sit through the examinations.

On Tuesday morning, the teenager was found hanging in her room. The police reached and inspected the spot after getting the information and sent the dead body for post-mortem.

"Vidhi was found hanging to death in her house on Tuesday. The family reported the matter the next day. Primary probe suggests that less marks in the NEET triggered the suicide, but further investigations are underway," said Parasiya police station in-charge Sumer Singh Jagte, reported The New Indian Express.

Also Read: "Women Are Symbol Of Goddess Durga, Deserve Equal Respect": PM Mo

Suggest a correction

    Help Us Correct

    To err is human, to help correct is humane
    Identified a factual or typographical error in this story? Kindly use this form to alert our editors
  • *
  • *
  • *
  • Form Submitted Successfully
    Error in submitting form. Try again later

Contributors

Palak Agrawal

Palak Agrawal

Digital Journalist

Palak a journalism graduate believes in simplifying the complicated and writing about the extraordinary lives of ordinary people. She calls herself a " hodophile" or in layman words- a person who loves to travel.

Prateek Gautam

Prateek Gautam

Digital Editor

A free soul who believes that it is journalism apart from politics which should stand for the social cause and environment

Rajath

Rajath

contributor

Next Story