Expelled SSC examinee tries to commit suicide
13 Feb 2018, 16:55 | updated: 13 Feb 2018, 17:48
An examinee of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) examination tried to commit suicide by jumping off the second floor of a school in Savar after the examiner expelled her for adopting unfair means in the exam on Tuesday.
The SSC examinee is identified as Jannatul Ferdous, daughter of Yajul Islam of Savar bank colony and SSC examinee of Savar Girls High School, reports the UNB.
Upazila Family Planning Officer Mezbah Uddin, also representative of Upazila Nirbahi Magistrate who was on-duty at the examination hall, caught the student while she was copying the answers written on her hand and expelled her.
Being frustrated after her expulsion, Jannatul jumped off the second floor of Adhar Chandra High School injuring herself severely, Mezbah Uddin said.
After rushing Jannatul to Savar Upazila Health Complex the doctors said her two legs were broken and she was rushed to National Institute of Traumatology and Orthopaedic Rehabilitation in Dhaka.