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Students overcome hurdles to achieve big in CBSE

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When Srinjani came to know her father had cerebral stroke far away in London, her CBSE board exam was just a week away. Her father, who is a hotel manager in the UK, was admitted to a hospital but she and her mother couldn’t even visit him because her boards were near. At a time, when she thought of dropping out of the exam, her mother and her teachers inspired her to sit for it. She scored a whooping 99% from Delhi Public School, Ruby Park.
“We could see him on video call. He was not able to speak, walk and write properly. I had initially decided not to sit for the boards but my mother and my school teachers motivated me to sit for the exam. The result is unbelievable,” said Srinjani Sen Ray, who wants to pursue economics. Srinajni has an interest in studying languages and she is currently learning Japanese (intermediate level), Spanish and Korean.

Srinajini is not alone. Hreeman Saha, another student of DPS Ruby Park, who had lost one of his eyes in an accident, scored 94.6% in CBSE X to make the school proud.

“I met with an accident in 2018 when I was in Class-IX and that took away my right eye vision. I was extremely depressed and thought that I would not sit for my board exams this year. Nothing felt right,” Hreeman said.

His parents and school, however, stood by him and helped him. There were continuous procedures on his eye as part of his treatment and he often had to sit in one position for hours. “But somehow, I realized that even if I had lost hope with myself, my parents, teachers and school didn’t. They still looked up to me and had a lot of expectations. That perhaps helped me to start pushing the barriers,” said Hreeman.

Alisha Khatoon, who scored 82.4% from Asian International School (ASI), Howrah had to complete all household chores before going to school everyday.

“My father and my brothers are in jari business and the situation of the business is not very good. My school helped me in all possible ways, else I would not have been successful,” said Alisha.

“She didn’t take any tuitionsand the school supported her in every possible way in terms of studies. We are really happy that she has done so well in her exam. We hope she will do better in future,” Principal of ASI Vijaylakshmi Kumar said.

Source: Times of India

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