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Shocking: NEET aspirant dies by suicide, third death in Tamil Nadu in a week

Sep 15, 2021 18:11 IST | By Editorji News Desk

Tamil Nadu in the last few days has been rocked by death by suicide related to the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test.

17-year-old student Soundharya T reportedly took her own life on Wednesday, a third death in the last five days.

According to reports,  Soundharya, a student from a village near Katpadi took her own life over fear of failing the NEET which was held on September 12.

Also Read Tamil Nadu Assembly passes Bill to scrap NEET in state, BJP stages walkout

Soundharya who appeared disturbed since the day of the exam had reportedly confided in her family and friends that she did not fare well in the exam. She had allegedly told her mother upon returning home after the exam that the paper had been tough and that she had been unable to perform well.

On Monday, 17-year-old Kanimozhi, a student from the Ariyalur district, ended her life. Earlier, on Saturday a day before NEET, 20-year-old Salem youth Dhanush died by suicide over fear of failing the exam the third time

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