GNITS student commits suicide: India has one of the world’s highest suicide rates for youth aged 15 to 29, according to a 2012 Lancet report. This illustrated the need for urgent interventions.In 2015, the number of student commit suicide stood at 8,934. In the five years leading to 2015, 39,775 students killed themselves. The number of attempted suicides, many unreported, is likely to be much higher. Apply as student news reporter from your college
About 800,000 people commit suicide worldwide every year, of these 135,000 (17%) are residents of India, a nation with 17.5% of world population.
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GNITS student commits suicide
GNITS student commits suicide after a poor performance in exams. This incident happened on Tuesday when Priyanka did not open her door. The victim in her suicide note wrote did not want to waste Rs 11 lakh of her father’s money on a course she did not want to pursue. The victim was, Priyanka, daughter of Swaroop and Kavita from Rajiv Gandhi Nagar, Kukatpally. Priyanka was a first-year student of Electronics and Communications Engineering at G Narayanamma Institute of Technology and Science in Sheikpet. follow us on FacebookPolice found a suicide note near the body and the victim has mentioned poor performance in the exams as a reason for the extreme step. “Priyanka was upset for not being able to perform well in the internal exams. She thought she would fare poorly in the main exams too. She wrote in the note that she decided to end her life as she would not want her parents to waste Rs 11 lakh for the engineering course she was not interested in pursuing,” the SI said. How many jobs have been created by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Make in India’ campaign?
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