Raipur, May 09: Students who came out with flying colours in Class 10th and Class 12th board examinations conducted by Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education are elated over their success. Many of them revealed their aims and ambitions in professional career.
12th exam topper Shiv Kumar wants to be a cricketer
Shiv Kumar Pandey, student of Vandana Public School Simga who has topped in Class 12th (Higher Secondary School Certificate) Examination 2018 conducted by Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education yearns to become a cricketer in his career.
Shiv Kumar who has scored 98.40 % marks in examination said that he never counted hours in his study; rather he focussed on each and every subject be it Mathematics, Physics or Chemistry. Shiv Kumar, son of Mankamna Pandey and Parvati Pandey had performed brilliantly in Class 10th examination by attaining 8th rank with 96.50% marks. According to Shiv Kumar the government schools are now having better facilities for study and that students must avail these facilities. Shiv Kumar said that while pursuing his academic study, he would explore career in sports i.e. cricket.
His father is LIC agent. Shiv Kumar is presently participating in district level cricket tournaments. He attributed his success to his parents, teachers, principal and maternal uncle. He said that after coming back home from school he used to revise what was taught in classroom every day. So passionate he is for cricket that he used to attend cricket coaching even during examination.
However, this has not affected his study since he had made preparation for the examination all through the year, he added.
Sandhya dreams of becoming doctor
Sandhya Kaushik, a Class 12th student who made her alma mater Mohanti HMHS School Bilaspur proud by bagging second position in top ten merit list of Class 12th examination, conducted by Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education says she dreams of becoming a doctor. Sandhya who scored 97.40 % in Class 12th examination said that she achieved success in examination through self study and time management.
Sandhya, daughter of Umakant Kaushik and Mandakini Kaushik said that she used to study for seven to eight hours a day. She said that she had already set a goal to secure position in merit list and accordingly she focused on her study. For this she had to pay attention towards time management for study. She said that she focused on self study. She attributed her success to her parents. According to Sandhya several places in the state are still backward. Many rural areas are devoid of medical facilities while many other parts are naxal-infested. Villagers are unable to get treatment for even minor diseases.
In view of this condition in rural areas, she made up her mind to pursue study in medical science to serve people in backward areas. Sandhya’s father is working in police department and her mother is a housewife.
Unbelievable! 10th topper Yagyesh gets greeting call from CM
With announcement of results for Class 10th (High School Certificate) and Class 12th (Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) examinations by Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education, meritorious students kept receiving innumerable calls of greetings. But it was the memorable and joyful day for Class 10th exam topper Yagyesh Singh Chouhan as one of the greeting calls he received was from Chief Minister Raman Singh.
As soon as information about Yagyesh from Jashpur topping in Class 10th examination poured in the District Collector Priyanka Shukla offered him sweet. Subsequently Chief Minister Raman Singh called on mobile phone of the collector to greet Yagyesh at Sankalp Office.
Congratulating Yagyesh for his brilliant performance in examination Chief Minister wished him for a bright future. CM’s greeted Yagyesh saying ‘Beta Shabash, Badhai, IAS Bano, Merit Mein Aye Ho, Ise Age Bhi Kayam Rakhna’ (well done, congratulation, be IAS, topped in merit, keep it up in future also). It may be mentioned that Sankalp project is one of the ambitious projects of government in which children are imparted special coaching. Collector Priyanka Shukla worked very hard in the project. Yagyesh scored 98.33 % to top in merit list of Class 10th examination. According to him, duration does not matter when it comes to studying. Some people say eight hours of study is necessary while others say one must study nine hours a day, but I believe one should study with utmost focus whenever one gets opportunity for study, said Yagyesh.
According to Yagyesh one must have self confidence and resolve to top in examination. Accordingly one should assess oneself to know about level of one’s preparation. One should make time management according to subjects ahead of examination so that one can equally focus on all the subjects, he added.
Jahnavi wants to serve the poor by being a doctor
Girl student of Government HS School Mohdi Dhamtari Jahnavi Patel, who scored 96.83% to secure 7th position in state merit list of Class 10th examination, says she cherished dream of becoming a doctor so that she can render services to the poor and needy. Janhavi, daughter of Rishi Kumar and Indu Patel said she worked very hard in her study with an aim to secure position in merit list. She said that she spared six to seven hours a day in self study without going for coaching or tuition classes.
She said that after appearing in examination she was confident of her performance and hoped that she would secure position in top ten merit list. Now that results are out she got what she expected, she said. Jahnavi who scored more than 90% marks in Class 5th, Class 8th and Class 9th examinations, attributed her success to her parents and school staff. Jahnavi started receiving greeting calls from her well wishers, friends and relatives soon after the results were announced. Sarpanch of Mohandi village, school staff and villagers congratulated her on her success.
Truck driver’s daughter in top ten of 12th exam
Girl student of Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir Duman Hill Sandhya Singh has been ranked 7th in top ten merit list of Class 12th examination. Sandhya, daughter of Anil Singh and Devanti Devi maintained her brilliant performance in study. A throughout meritorious girl Sandhya has cherished a desire to become an IAS officer to make her parents proud. Her father Anil Singh who is a driver by profession was filled with emotion as soon as he heard news about his daughter’s success. He said that his daughter made him proud. Her mother is a housewife. Sandhya’s younger sister is in Class 11th and younger brother is studying while being at relative’s house in Indore. Sandhya’s proud father said that she had been a meritorious girl since beginning of her school days. Sandhya had also secured position in top ten of Class 10th board examination. Sandhya said that she used to read her school notes after coming back to home. Sandhya said that she used to study six to seven hours a day by taking breaks regularly without allowing stress. Apart from study, she used to help her mother in her routine domestic works. Sandhya said that she did not make extra efforts. She gave credit for her success to her mother and school teachers. Sandhya said that financial condition of her family was not sound. She said that she would like to become an IAS officer. Though it may not be so easy, yet it is not impossible, she believes. Sandhya also said that she would also like to be in job while pursuing study.