Medical Candidate Disappears From Kota After Taking NEET Exam; Missing Report Filed

A 19-year-old student had disappeared from sight following his NEET exam on 5th May in Kota, Rajasthan
Rajendra Meena, appeared on May 5th for the NEET examination. (Representational image : Unsplash)
Rajendra Meena, appeared on May 5th for the NEET examination. (Representational image : Unsplash)

Following his NEET exam on 5th May in Kota, Rajasthan, a 19-year-old student had disappeared. He told his family over WhatsApp just before he fled that he was leaving the house for five years and did not want to continue his education.

In Kota, Rajasthan, a 19-year-old student preparing for the NEET medical entrance exam informed his parents he would be leaving home for five years and that he did not want to continue his education. He declared that he was in possession of Rs 8,000 and that he would give his parents a call once a year.

Rajendra Meena, a native of Sawai Madhopur district in Rajasthan, has been living in Kota for the previous three years while preparing for the NEET exam. He had appeared on May 5th for the examination.

He had reassured his family following the exam that it went well and that he had correctly answered 160 questions.

But on May 6, the following day, he sent his brother a WhatsApp message saying that he would be returning home after five years and that he had no intention of continuing his education.

I'm heading out of my house. I don't want to continue my education. I'm leaving my family for five years, and I have at least Rs 8,000. I'm getting rid of my SIM card and selling my phone. Tell mom not to worry. I promise not to take any wrong steps. I know every person's number. I'll give you a call anytime I need to. I promise to give you a call at least once a year.

Rajendra, Medical Aspirant

Police and Rajendra's relatives attempted to contact Rajendra on his phone, but it was turned off. His father has reported him missing, but he is still gone.

Family members became concerned after Rajendra disappeared, and his mother became ill as she had not eaten since May 6. As soon as his kid gets back home, Jagadish Prasad Meena has promised not to scold him.

My wife is not feeling well. She's in tears. He is my younger son. He chose to travel to Kota. If he returns home, we will not scold him. When he was getting ready for the NEET, he used to only talk to his mother.

Jagadish Prasad Meena, Aspirant's father


A 19-year-old student preparing for the NEET medical entrance exam informed his parents he would be leaving home for five years and that he did not want to continue his education. (Representational Image: Unsplash)
A 19-year-old student preparing for the NEET medical entrance exam informed his parents he would be leaving home for five years and that he did not want to continue his education. (Representational Image: Unsplash)

Rajendra had been residing in Kota for three years and was getting ready for the NEET, according to investigating officer Arif Khan.

"He spent two years residing in the Borkheda region. From there, he took coaching. After that, he spent a year in the Vigyan Nagar area getting ready for the NEET. On May 5, Rajendra took the NEET exam. It's likely that he had a difficult exam," Khan said.

Rajendra Meena, appeared on May 5th for the NEET examination. (Representational image : Unsplash)
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Officer Satish Chandra of the Vigyan Nagar police station, on the other hand, stated: "The father of the student has reported his son missing. His disappearance was reported to the family through a WhatsApp message. Teams have been created to find him."

In present times Cases of Kota students under extreme academic stress have increased recently. Many students have been found escaping their dorms and PG accommodation without telling their families. A few of them have also committed suicide.

(Input from various sources)

(Rehash/Priyanka Pandey/MSM)

Rajendra Meena, appeared on May 5th for the NEET examination. (Representational image : Unsplash)
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