Byndoor: Student ends life after failing to secure pass marks in one subject


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Byndoor, Apr 20: A final year girl student of ayurveda college ended her life by jumping into a well.

The deceased is identified as Rakshitha (22). She was a final year student of BEMS at an ayurveda college in Udyavar.

She had come home a week ago after completing her final year studies and writing exams.

Rakshitha had checked her result of final year on the online portal. She could not clear one subject.

Due to the same reason, she took the extreme step and jumped into the well of her house, it is gathered.

A case in this regard is registered at Byndoor police station.


 

 

Suicide is not a solution to any problem. Kindly seek the help of mental health experts if you or someone else you know is under any kind of distress.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Rac, Mangalore

    Wed, Apr 21 2021

    Life is bigger than any problems we face on Earth. It’s better to run away from situations than run away from life. It’s better to start afresh than quitting. It’s important to educate about mental health from a young age and parents encouragement is very important in having a healthy mind.

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  • prakash, mumbai

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    If for failure suicide is chosen as solution then what should parents do now. they lost everything now. But suicide also needs courage. She is brave but not APPLIED.REST IN PEACE. I am really shocked for such kind of suicides. One paper can be cleared in next semester. A loss of life is really tragic. I pray God to give strength to her family to bear this. I am 61yrs. this child is dying means I feel very sad.

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  • Jigmig, Mangaore

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    In this covid season, how many children were able to study. In some places network issue or speaker issue. No charge in the laptop or phone. Half way the devise may fail. Children are not able to meet and discuss with their teachers or friends on their studies. All children are not in the same situation as others. Atleast due to covid issue all children should have been given pass marks. I really feel pity of the girl. May her soul rest in peace.

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  • francis lobo, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Please understand the effort put by this girl to study her final year during last year when there was aCOVID pandemic and classes were online. Understand her pain even after studying she was not able to clear the exams. Although I do not support her action. But rather than blaming her please understand her effort, pain and loss. I have seen the frustration of the MBBS students who are waiting for the NEET PG exam to be conducted for the past 16 months. The exams were postponed two times during the last 4 months. Understand their pain and frustration. It is very difficult to calm them down at that critical moment and if there is no immediate support then we can understand the consequences

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  • Paul dsouza, balakunje

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    RIP.

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  • RSRB, Kundapura / Singapore

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Such weak minded girls may suicide any point of time.... If the suicide after marriage, poor husband will be doubted / or even framed.... Parents of the girl must have identified the weak nature of the girl and counselled her through experts..

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  • Samantha, Udupi

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Such insensitive comments can only come from a weak minded man who finds strength in hiding behind his initials

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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    RSRB Kundapur,I cant understand you.are you loading more pain to the parents when they lost their child?of course girl has done but cant help any more ,but with comments ,they are not any more to console.Heartfelt sympathy to them.May God give enough strength to them to bear the loss and their heart .Girl could have tried to go through her marks which might have gone wrong which we know how many times happen.But once more could repeat her exam.It is not a shame if failed once.So many students try .Not everyone is a genie.Not only that due to Corona many have missed classes .One should never give up when failed once.Try once more and your result will be only much better.May her soul rest in peace.

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  • Charles D'Mello, Pangala

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    RSRB, Kundapura / Singapore...Modi Bhakth's like you will never understand the pain of the parents of the grown up girl.

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  • Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Jossey Saldanha, Nice to hear your success story. Is your business based in Mumbai or in Mangalore. Wishing you further success. Also, keep writing your comments in Daiji. If possible try to draft more than single line comments.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Apr 21 2021

    Flavian, Mangalore/Kuwait - In today's fast world people don't have time to read long Comments ...

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  • Anand, Surathkal

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Rakshitha , a Doctor to be should have known the value of life. Not a sensible decision to end life for such a silly reason. All youngsters , please remember there is a better option to any problem.

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  • Unknown, Kundapur

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Happy to see daijiworld quoting a beautiful message at the end ..!!

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  • Lawrence, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Yes indeed it is nice to read such statements. Meanwhile it is good if helpline numbers are also available for those in distress.

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  • Ramesh, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Suicide is not a solution.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    I failed the 8th Standard because I had failed in Hindi & Marathi. I didn't give up & today I'm a Successful Businessman ...

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  • Joshwa, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai There is huge difference in failing in school and final year of your graduation!!!

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  • Ahmed, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    It is true always that back benchers and failed students turn out to be successful business people and studious become employees of buisinessman.

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  • Jason Dias, Niddodi/Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Who sell hundreds of Vada Pav outside Nalasopara railway station !!!

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  • Abdul Razzak, Kanchinadka/Kuala Lumpur

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Successful people do not make insane and schizophrenic comments

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  • Mahathma, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Failing in Highschools and primary schools are not a big deal! do not joke in this way always. we do not know the actual reason behind these kind of sucides especially females ! Jokes are aside. My Condolences to grieving family. RIP

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Joshwa, Mangalore - Failing the 8th was a wake up call & after that I was always a Topper ...

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  • Lancy Pinto, Mangalore/Muscat

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Very sad to know this kind of incidence. Life is so precious. Ending the life this way is not the solution. My humble request with all those children under any kind of distress please sit with the parents or teachers and seek their help. I know many failure children today they are managers or engineers and getting good salary. May her soul rest in peace

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    What a Silly Girl ...

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  • M.S.D, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Life is very Precious.. Pls do not take any such extreme steps. Pls sit with Family and share with them to find solutions..!!

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    May the departed soul of Rakshita rest in peace. Why she hurried in taking this step ? If she reappeared she would have got good marks.....so sad. Condolences to her loved ones...

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  • Divakar V, Kankanady/Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    I have failed twice in SSLC but due to support of my mother I could join IAF and could complete BA LLB and practicing Law and I am now 69 years old.So moral is failure is stepping stone to success. My heart felt condolences to the un timely departed soul

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Hats off to you....its called real success over failure. If we have Strong will we can achieve our goals....God bless you sir...wish you success in future too....

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  • V Divakar, Kankanady

    Tue, Apr 20 2021

    Profound thanks to dear Cynthia Madam

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