After completing B.Tech, Chako had started preparing for the civil services examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission
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A 28-year-old civil service aspirant allegedly ended his life here in Maharashtra after failing thrice to clear the UPSC exam, police said on Tuesday.
Blesson Puddu Chako, a resident of Jaripatka area in Nagpur, hung himself from a ceiling fan using a bedsheet when he was alone at his home on Sunday, the police officials said.
After completing B.Tech, Chako had started preparing for the examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).
But, he failed to clear the exam thrice and apparently got depressed, an official from Jaripatka police station said.
On Sunday morning, Chako took the extreme step after his father, a retired professional, went to a church, the official said.
The Jaripatka police have registered a case of accidental death, he added.
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