With the result dates of Class X and XII board Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) come closer, the anxiousness among the students is rising. The results may be out before the end of the month of May.
Consistently after the outcomes, students frequently go into despondency, flee from home or even confer suicide as they are not able to face their guardians on the off chance that they score poor stamps or fizzle in the examination.
On April 19, Sourav Kumar, a 19 year old DPS Bokaro student hanged himself at his home dreading he would not have the capacity to succeed in passing the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE). The kid conferred suicide a day after the answer sheet of JEE (mains) was transferred on the site. In the wake of taking a gander at the answer sheet, the kid got frightened that he won't be passing the examination and executed himself.
A 17-year-old young lady of a private CBSE board school of the city attempted to confer suicide in 2014 when the after effects of Class XII was proclaimed. The young lady, who was never intrigued by mulling over science, was constrained by her guardians to take up the subject and when she scored scarcely passing stamps, she opening her wrist in the wake of being reproved by her guardians.
The information of National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) demonstrates that in 2013, 1460 individuals perpetrated suicide in Jharkhand, of which 150 were students. In 2012, the aggregate number of suicides in state was 1319, of which 175 where students.
Instructors and specialists recommend that regardless of the fact that the understudy does not execute and expected, as opposed to reprimanding and scrutinizing the tyke, folks ought to bolster him and reveal to him the brighter side of life.
Prinicipal of Kairali Public school, Rajan Verghese said, "First the folks need to comprehend that falling flat one examination is not the end of life or profession. Board examinations are simply a going stone towards future and if a youngster falls flat board examination once, it doesn't imply that he will never have the capacity to succeed in life. On the off chance that the folks comprehend this, they will have the capacity to backing their tyke as well."
In a large portion of the cases, youngsters go into melancholy on the grounds that their guardians set high objectives for them and when they are not able to satisfy these objectives, the kid feels disheartened. Specialists say that in such a circumstance, as opposed to reprimanding the kid, folks ought to bolster him.
She included, "Folks ought to tell the tyke that nothing has been lost and he ought to buckle down again and score better checks next time. Likewise, as opposed to driving the tyke to take a specific subject in which he is not intrigued, the folks ought to permit the kid to choose what he needs."
Educators say that folks ought to understand that scoring great imprints is not all that matters. Alka Verma, an educator at Cambrian Public School said, "Expecting every youngster to be brilliant in studies in wrong. There are numerous different fields like expressions, move, sports, and so forth in which a tyke can be great. As opposed to constraining the tyke to score better checks, folks ought to help out the youngster build up his abilities."