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'I'm Finding NEET Very Difficult': 18-Yr-Old Medical Aspirant Writes Suicide Note Before Taking His Own Life


NEET Suicide: The death of Murali Krishna is the second death of a NEET aspirant in a week in Tamil Nadu.

Chennai: An 18-year-old boy killed himself due to the fear of failing National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET) on Wednesday. The suicide note from the deceased said that he took the extreme step since he was finding it difficult to score marks in NEET. 

According to a report on India Today, the boy identified as Murali Krishna finished his schooling last year and attempted NEET. However, he was able to score only 160 marks on the exam. 

Hence, Murali Krishna started to prepare for NEET this year as well. Yet, he was stressed about the exam due to the fear that he would be able to score the required marks.

On Wednesday, when he was alone at home he took the extreme decision. When his mother arrived home she was shocked to find him dead. 

Based on the information, Hosur Sipcot Police sent the body for autopsy. The police also recovered a suicide note that said, "I'm finding NEET very difficult and I can't score the required marks. I tried my best but I cant score the marks required for medical seat. So please forgive me for making the decision. I'll miss you very much ma."

Further investigations are on.

The death of Murali Krishna is the second death of a NEET aspirant in Tamil Nadu in a week. On Friday, a medical aspirant Dhanush died by suicide due to NEET. Dhanush had also already attempted NEET in 2021 but could not clear the exam.

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