Daughter of migrant employee from Bihar aces college examination in Kerala; Units eyes on civil companies

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Getting a college first rank was by no means within the thoughts of Payal Kumari, daughter of a migrant employee from Bihar who topped the BA Archaeology course within the Kerala-based Mahatma Gandhi College, surmounting all odds, together with monetary woes.

Paying the annual school charge of Rs 3,000 itself was an enormous drawback for her household, which migrated to Kerala practically 20 years in the past, however due to good samaritans together with, her academics, she overcame the hurdle and has now set her eyes on post-graduation within the prestigious JNU and on civil companies.

Congratulatory messages have been pouring in for Kumari with Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan calling her up on Saturday and praising her for her achievement. “Faculty charges was an issue and arranging round Rs 3,000 for annually within the establishment was an enormous activity. However there have been good samaritans who lent a serving to hand”, stated Kumari, who handed out of the Marthoma Ladies’s Faculty in Perumbavoor close to Kochi in flying colors with 85 per cent marks this 12 months.
Kumari’s father Pramod Kumar, hailing from Gosaiymati village in Sheikhupura District in Bihar, had reached Kerala 19 years years in the past looking for a greater life for his household. Pushed by the will to make sure a great training for his three kids, Kumar slogged all these years, making Kerala his second house.

All reward for her Historical past lecturer Priya Kurian, Payal stated the instructor had paid her first-year charges studying concerning the plight of her household, residing in a two-bedroom rented home at Edappally in Kochi. Within the following two years additionally academics helped her they usually had been extra assured she would do nicely within the remaining 12 months, Kumari stated, talking in fluent Malayalam and English.

“I knew I had performed nicely, however didn’t anticipate to get a rank”, she advised, including her mother and father at all times inspired her. Kumari is eager to do her postgraduate research on the Jawaharlal Nehru College in Delhi and in addition has plans to organize for the Civil Providers. Her father and mom Bindu Devi have at all times inspired her to check as a lot as she wished and there had by no means been strain for marriage, she stated.

“My mother and father had been very proud of the outcome. They advised me to proceed learning and do a lot better in life,” she stated. She was 4 when her household shifted to Kalamassery close to Kochi. The tongue-twisting Malayalam language was at first troublesome, however she quickly realized it alongside together with her elder brother Akash Kumar, who’s now employed, and sister Pallavi Kumari, presently doing BSc Physics. However at house, the household speaks in Hindi, as mother and father have no idea a lot Malayalam, she stated. “I’m assured in Hindi,English, and Malayalam”, Kumari stated.

Vijayan spoke to Kumari over the telephone and congratulated her saying her achievement was a matter of pleasure and pleasure for the state. “Her achievement is a matter of pleasure and nice pleasure for us. This exhibits that the steps taken by the state for the welfare of the visitor employees by no means went in useless. I want her all of the success for her future endeavors,” he stated.

Mizoram Governor P S Sreedharan Pillai and state Agriculture minister V S Sunil Kumar have additionally despatched messages, she stated. Finance Minister Dr T M Thomas Isaac took to Twitter, saying he was pleased with her. “Payal Kumari, daughter of Pramod, a migrant employee from Bihar, graduates from MG college Kerala with first-rank BA Archaeology and Historical past (85% marks). She hails from Gosaimaty village within the Shaikpura district. She desires to affix JNU. Really feel so pleased with you Payal. Congratulations,” he tweeted. Senior Congress chief and Thiruvananthapuram MP Shashi Tharoor stated Payal’s success was one other story of inclusive India from Kerala. “One other story of #InclusiveIndia from Kerala! Payal Kumari, daughter of a migrant labourer from Bihar, wins the primary rank within the BA (Historical past and Archaeology) exams of Mahatma Gandhi College in Kerala. Congratulations Payal!” Tharoor tweeted.

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