Upset over poor performance in exam, a Class 12 student of a private school in Rajasthan's Sikar allegedly committed suicide on by jumping off from sixth floor of an under construction building, the police said.
The boy, a resident of Todi Nagar area, was apparently suffering from depression for not being able to score well in exams, officials at local police station said.
He died instantly after allegedly jumping from the under construction building near Income Tax office, the police said. According to the police, the victim took his own life without a note to identify the reason of he taking his life.
But upon their investigation, it appeared that the 12 years old child took his life after his poor performance in an Examination that was conducted his school.
It is estimated that around 20% of global suicides are due to pesticide self-poisoning, most of which occur in rural agricultural areas in low- and middle-income countries. Other common methods of suicide are hanging and firearms.
Knowledge of the most commonly used suicide methods is important to devise prevention strategies which have shown to be effective, such as restriction of access to means of suicide.
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