Exam pressure: Four MP students end life in 24 hours

The excessive pressure to perform in examinations continue to hound students in Madhya Pradesh as four students ended their lives due to pressure in the last 24 hours.
A class XII student Dipika Chuabey hanged herself to death at Bina in Sagar district on Thursday night. “Papa, I won’t be able to secure good marks in exams,” wrote the girl in her suicide note before embracing death.
Besides this, another Class XII student Abhishek Sahu, who was to appear in Physics paper on Saturday too ended life by hanging self in his room on Thursday night. “Sorry Mummy, Papa; I can’t learn Physics,” wrote Abhishek in suicide note. He also studied whole night before ending his life, said police.
In another incident, appearing for class X exams hanged himself. The student was to tie the nuptial knot two months later.
On Friday, a 22-year-old student Raksha Selat had committed suicide in her home. A student of BSc third year at Mata Gujri College, Raksha had failed in fourth semester whereas she had told the family that she managed to clear the exam.
Daughter of a farmer in Hata, Raksha was studying at her relative’s home in Jabalpur.
Addressing her parents in her suicide note, Raksha said that her parents wanted her to excel in her career but she could not do much. “I had lied about my result, you can check my actual marksheet kept in my file,” she wrote in the note.
Arvind Kushwah, a native of Bhind committed suicide in Kota where he was preparing for engineering tests late night on Friday.
The student suicide has resonated in assembly as well on Friday when the CM Chouhan proposed to form a committee of MLAs for devising corrective measures for dealing the social menace.