The 21-year-old younger man had written the take a look at to pursue medication for the fourth time this September, police stated
A younger man from Kinathukadavu in Coimbatore district, who had appeared for the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) for the fourth time in September this 12 months, died at Coimbatore Medical College Hospital (CMCH) late on Friday.
According to the police, K. Keerthivasan, 21, was the son of a farmer from Sangarayapuram in Kinathukadavu, and he had completed his education at a non-public college in Pollachi in 2018. Aspiring to clear NEET to pursue medication, he appeared for the examination thrice — in 2018, 2019 and 2020. He wrote NEET for the fourth time in September this 12 months, hoping to enhance his rating, the police stated.
With the examination’s outcomes but to be declared, Keerthivasan was found unconscious by his dad and mom at his residence in Sangarayapuram at round 8.30 p.m. on Friday. He was rushed to the Government Hospital in Pollachi for first support and the medical doctors referred him to CMCH in Coimbatore for additional therapy. However, the youth was declared as useless on arrival at CMCH late on Friday, in keeping with the police.
Based on a grievance from the deceased’s father Kuppusamy, the Kinathukadavu police registered a case beneath Section 174 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. No suicide note was found on the residence and the deceased’s physique was autopsied at CMCH on Saturday, the police stated. Further investigations are on.
(Assistance for overcoming suicidal ideas is obtainable on the State’s well being helpline 104 and Sneha’s suicide prevention helpline 044-24640050)
R. AKILEISH , 2021-10-30 13:04:39