BSEB 12th topper: Sonali Kumari desires to be an IAS officer

PATNA: Surmounting all odds, Sonali Kumari daughter of a Biharsharif-based costermonger (handcart fruit-seller) has topped the Bihar College Examination Board (BSEB) intermediate examination by scoring 94.2 per cent. The end result which was declared on Friday has introduced happiness and new hope for her household.

Speaking to the TOI, Sonali stated she needed to turn into an IAS officer. The lady appears constructive that her achievement within the state board would open up new alternatives for her to additional excel in her lecturers. “Cracking UPSC examination is my dream and I would it not until I succeed,” she stated.

Sonali, a scholar of Smt Parmeshwari Devi Lady’s Increased Secondary College (Biharsharif) scored 471 marks out of 500. She bought 98 marks in chemistry, 97 every in physics and arithmetic, 93 in Hindi, and 87 in English.

Sonali, who lives in a rented house in Biharsharif stated she had labored exhausting for the board examination however had by no means anticipated that she would emerge as a topper. “I studied greater than 12 hours per day amid the lockdown. I ready a lesson plan and rigorously adopted it all year long. On some days, I awakened until three am to cowl all of the matters. On-line lectures and textbooks have helped me loads to safe the highest place,” she advised this newspaper.

Elated by her daughter’s efficiency Chunnu Lal stated he and his household suffered loads throughout the pandemic lockdown however her daughter’s success makes it price it. “I promote fruit on the handcart and my spouse Savitri Devi prepares channa and sattu and hawked to earn a residing. We need to give good schooling to all our three youngsters in order that they will excel of their area,” stated Lal, whose son appeared in matric examination and elder daughter pursuing B.Sc from Biharsharif.

Born to Sunil Prasad (businessman) and Jully Devi (home-maker), Sugandha Kumari topped in commerce stream by scoring 99 in enterprise research, 98 in accountancy, 97 in economics, 94 in Hindi, and 83 in English. She shared the state topper place with Sonali.

Sugandha, a scholar of SN Sinha School (Aurangabad) desires to turn into a chartered accountant and he or she already began preparation for the examination.

Recalling her educational life throughout the pandemic, the lady stated she couldn’t sleep for a number of nights as a result of stress. “I used to be by no means ready for that situation- research with out lecturers and faculty. Nonetheless, my dad and mom and lecturers motivated me and due to them I’ve reached this milestone,” she stated including that she studied greater than 14 hours a day and depending on self-study.

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