File photo of 18-year-old Mansi of Jagras, who committed suicide under stress after not getting a good rank in NEET.
- Mansi, a resident of Geeta Colony of Jagras, was a Punjab topper in 10th, both parents are teachers
- In the 12th, Jagraon was the top in the tehsil, then the exam was given on a one-year gap for preparation.
After the result of NEET was released, the teacher couple of Ludhiana district of Punjab lost their promising daughter. If she could not fulfill her dream of becoming a doctor, then the journey of life ended. On Sunday afternoon, this girl committed suicide by hanging herself. The police have sent the body to Morchary on the statement of the father.
The deceased has been identified as Jagadish Pal, an 18-year-old Mansi daughter of Jagras. Her father Jagdish Pal Sharma and mother Kamal Sharma are both government teachers. He has a younger brother of 9 years. On Sunday afternoon, at around 1.30 pm, the parents went to the market to get some goods for Navratri from home. Mansi went to her study room on the second floor of the house and laid down her life with a fan. He came to know about this when his parents returned from the market.
When he informed the police, police station in-charge Inspector Nidhan Singh reached the spot. He said that SHO City Inspector Nidhan Singh said that the body of the woman was recovered and sent to the Civil Hospital Jagraon for postmortem. Action has been taken under Section 174 on the statement of Mansi’s father Jagdish Pal.
Father Jagdisha Pal, sitting in hospital after daughter took suicide.
Father said that Mansi always topped the board at school level. Matriculation was a topper in Punjab, while in the class 12, Jagron Tehsil in 2017-2018 from the city’s Sammitti Vimal Jain School. His dream was to become a doctor. He worked hard and gave the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test. In this too, he was expected to be on top as usual. However, the result, which came two days ago, destroyed her dreams. She failed to score as expected and her dream of becoming a doctor broke.
One year gap for examination
Mansi was so obsessed with becoming a doctor that he put in a gap of one year after the 12th standard for the entrance examination. The reason was the age limit of 18 years.
Dainik Bhaskar appeals to his readers, especially the student section, that a good education means being mentally strong. We have to be strong, not weak. There are ups and downs in life. We should learn from them. Failure tells us how much more energy we will have to put in to get to our destination, so try to always be positive while learning from the situation.