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The deceased, Darshan R, was studying in Class 8 in Siddaganga Mutt in Tumakuru.
The body of Nagashree SC, was found hanging from a ceiling fan in her room in Dhansiri hostel, said the police.
Alinkrita Kashyap, a resident of Kannauj and a student of second year B.Sc (Biotechnology), was found hanging in her hostel room, Station House Officer, Kalyanpur, Satish Singh said.
According to the police, the incident took place when the victim was alone in his room and his roommate had gone to attend a birthday party in the same hostel.
Dr Bharat Singh Shekhawat, Senior Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, Government Medical College and Hospital in Kota, says suicidal thoughts are due to biological reasons and counselling doesn't help.
Kota’s fame as India’s ‘coaching capital’ is also the reason for its notoriety as a ‘suicide city’ and the measures taken to bring down the stress and competition have been inadequate.
Tripura government initiates enquiry to find teachers' involvement in suicide bid of Class XII student
The family of the student accused three teachers including the Principal of Bharatiya Vidya Bhawan of driving the boy to commit suicide.
She was overdosed on Rantec tablets, and found unconscious at the house where she was staying as a paying guest.
The boy's family said it was impossible for a class 4 to commit suicide by hanging and alleged that he was killed and then hanged from the iron rod.
The head of Index Media College SS Bhadauria and the head of department KK Khan were booked by the Khudel police in Indore under Section 306 of IPC for driving Dr Smriti to commit suicide.
Over 6,220 people from the state took their lives in 2015 - most of them students - and the average suicide rate in Andhra Pradesh is 12.1, as per NCRB data.
Whereas, four other students after failing in class 10, tried to end their lives but saved after being admitted to different hospitals.
Soon after she came to know her marks, the teenager went to one of the rooms of her house and hung herself.
From students giving their first major board exam to those older, the ignominy with which poor grades are viewed and the burden of not being able to cope with the competition is taking a massive toll.
Growing number of suicides by students has prompted a group of psychiatrists to propose a model for students’ wellbeing in educational institutes.