Vikash Sharma

In what could be no less than mental agony, a class 12 girl student was allegedly not allowed for the board examinations by a private school in Rajasthan as she was gang raped last year.

In her complaint, the student alleged that the school officials told her that the "atmosphere will be spoiled" if she appears for the exam, as per NDTV report.

However, the private school authorities in Ajmer claimed that admit card was not issued to the student as she had not attended her classes for four months.

The shocking incident came to light after the concerned class 12 student narrated her ordeal to a teacher of another school. The teacher subsequently asked her to report the matter to the Child Helpline number, the report said.

Following the incident, Ajmer's Child Welfare Commission (CWC) has filed a case and assured to take necessary action after investigation.

CWC chairperson Anjali Sharma said she has spoken to the student about the entire incident. She said that while the investigation is on, their priority is to ensure that the girl can take the exams that she missed in March, NDTV report read.

The student was alleged raped by her uncle and two other men in October last year.