🔥 NEET-UG 2020 | A student in Madurai commits suicide for fear of being selected on the exam. The students appeal for the ban on NEET through #banNEET | Fear of “selection will be in vain”, as fears that a Madurai student committed suicide the day before the exam, the students are calling for the exam to be banned on Twitter
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- NEET UG 2020 | A student in Madurai commits suicide for fear of being selected on the exam. The students appeal to NEET By #banNEET to ban
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NEET 2020 should be tomorrow, i. H. Sunday, September 13th, to be organized nationwide. But even before the exam, there is constant resistance to it. Today #BanNEET ranks second on the social media platform Twitter. In fact, this trend is carried out after a student from Madurai, Tamil Nadu preparing for Neet committed suicide. In her long suicide note, the student wrote about failing the NEET exam and the fear of not being selected. Since the news went viral on social media, tweets have banned Neet from across the country.
What’s the whole thing
Jyoti, daughter of Sub-Inspector Muruga Sundaram, resident in Madurai, Tamil Nadu, had a NEET entrance on September 13th. She failed the NEET exam last year. He also spoke to his father about the entrance to this bar on Friday evening. According to media reports, Jyoti had a habit of reading late into the night to prepare for the exam. On Friday evening on September 11th, the family felt they were studying, but Jyoti committed suicide.
Jyoti wrote in her suicide note that her family has high hopes for her and “if I don’t get a college seat, all of my hard work will be in vain”. Jyoti also wrote on the note not to blame her family. She also wrote that she chooses the best way to get out for fear of failure of the entrance.
The campaign to ban the test was launched on Twitter
People are constantly tweeting requests that NEET testing be banned on Twitter as soon as the matter comes up. One person tweeted and wrote, “I am very sad about this. Sorry sister! We couldn’t save you. “At the same time, one wrote:” How can you, after 97,000 cases a day, remember that 15 lakh participants and their families come out? Do not endanger our life. ‘