Shamshad Ali|Jul 2, 2022
MP Board Exam: Class 12 student commits suicide after failing English paper
MP Board Exam 2022: Around 1,19,851 students have been declared fail in MP Board Class 12 result 2022. 96,571 in supplementary.
BALAGHAT: A 17-year-old girl allegedly committed suicide by jumping into a well, as she felt dejected about failing the English paper in the Class 12 board exams in Madhya Pradesh's Balaghat district, police said on Saturday. The results of the Class 12 examination of the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education were declared on Friday.
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The incident took place in Gudrughat village in Balaghat district on Friday night, Tirodi police station in-charge Chen Singh Uikey said. Rajni Lilhare was feeling dejected as she had failed the English paper. She left home and was speaking to her cousin over the phone when she jumped into a well, he said.
On hearing the sound of her jumping over the phone, the girl's cousin informed the family, the official said. However, by the time Rajni’s family reached the scene, she had already died and the police were alerted, he said, adding that the body was sent for post-mortem.
This year, 72.72% students have passed the Madhya Pradesh (MP) Board 12th result 2022. Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) announced the MP Board 12th result 2022 on April 29, 2022 at 1 pm on mpbse.nic.in and mpresults.nic.in.
While 69.94% boys passed in the MP Board Class 12 board exam 2022, the pass percentage of girls this year is 75.64%. Around 96,571 candidates have been placed in supplementary this year. The supplementary exams will be conducted June 20, 2022.
1,19,851 students have been declared fail in MP Board Class 12 result 2022. These students have the opportunity to appear for subjects in which they failed under the “Ruk Jana Nahi” scheme of MP open board.
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