HSLC-2020 toppers share life-goal, stress hard work

Want to be doctor and help people: Reshmi


 

IMPHAL, 15th Jun: Reshmi Nandeibam of Pitambara English School, Kwakeithel who topped the HSLC Examination-2020, has expressed her wish to become a doctor and serve the people.
In an interview at her residence, Reshmi said that although she was confident of figuring among the top five rank holders, she never expected that she would become the overall topper.
"This is one of the best memorable moments of my life", she exclaimed and credited her success to her teachers and her parents. Regarding her preparation, Reshmi said she took coaching for 6 subjects at the start of the academic session for Class X and was able to complete the entire syllabus by mid-year, which was followed with continuous revision at home.
Stating that it is her childhood dream to become a doctor, the topper said that she plans to study in science stream in higher secondary level and continued her studies in medical line so as to become a doctor and help the vulnerable and poorer sections of the society.
Reshmi then said that students should be more focuses towards their studies, while hoping for the government to pay more attention to educational institutions and help make it a free zone.
Reshmi Nandeibam is the daughter of Nandeibam Rishinanda Singh and Rajkumari Sanahanbi Devi of Khongman Zone-V, Imphal East. She scored a total of 579 marks out of 600 marks. Apart from being the overall topper, Reshmi also scored letter marks in Meetei Mayek, Mathematics, Science, Social Science, English and Higher Mathematics.

2nd ranked Rohid eyes civil services


BPR, 15th Jun: HSLC-2020 second position holder Huidrom Rohid Singh of Ishok Mayai Leikai, Nambol Sub-Division, Bishnupur district confided that he wants to serve the people by becoming an IAS officer.
Rohid is the younger sibling of two born to H Premjit and H (o) Sunila Devi. His elder sister is pursuing MBBS in Bangladesh at present. He studied from Classes Nursery to II at Royal Academy, Ishok prior to joining St John English High School, Nambol from where he cleared the HSLC-2020 examination with flying colours securing 578 marks out of the total 600. He wrested the second position with an overall score of 96.3 per cent.
Recounting that he attended no tuition of coaching class till standard IX, Rohid confessed to media persons at Ishok residence on Monday that he is not fully satisfied with the total mark he scored in the examination.
Nevertheless, he affirmed to work harder so as to top future competitive examinations.
The second rank holder also opined that one can achieve any academic goal through dedication and labour and striving to understand minutes of the lesson or subject instead of spending hours in reviewing notes prepared by the teachers.
While conceding that tight schedule in attending tuition/coaching class left only few hours to concentrate in studies at home, he, however, informed that normally studied for 5 hours a day and on holidays extended the study hour to 8. Among others, Rohid shared that is a painting enthusiast.
Joining the media briefing, his father Premjit said he is against recommending young children to pursue higher education outside the state before they attain maturity as might face many health issues. Moreover, parents will not only be able to take good care of the wards if they are at home but also facilitate their mental preparedness.
He also stressed the need for both teachers and parents to close monitor and guide the young students so as to prepare them to face challenges in both academic and all spheres of life. Rohid’s father is an inspector in Manipur Police Department (Manipur Police Telecom Organisation) and mother Sumila a housewife. 

Will become doctor: Rahul Naorem

IMPHAL, 15th Jun: Showing a strong conviction to achieve his dream, Rahul Naorem, who secured the third position in the HSLCE 2020, said that he will become a doctor.
Son of N Jibol and Athokpam Shantibala of Arapti Mayai Leikai, Rahul scored 572 out of 600 marks. He secured letter marks in all six subjects including optional subject.
During an interview with The People’s Chronicle, Rahul confided that he was hoping for the first or second position. He credited his success to his teachers at school and coaching, and his parents, who always guided him. He said that he would pursue science stream in the higher secondary level and become a doctor by opting for medical line to serve the poor ones.
As a student, one needs to focus on study without diverting attention to other non-related things. He also appealed to the government to make education sector a truly free zone.

Bobosana calls for judicious use of time


KAKCHING, 15th Jun: Taking serious note of the fact that students could not attend schools during the lockdown period, HSLCE, 2020 3rd position holder Khumanthem Bobosana Singh opined that students could study at home by using smartphones as the government has introduced online education system in the interest of the student community.
Bobosana is the youngest son of Khumanthem Sharat and Asha Devi of Chairel Thoubaltabi, Kumbi Assembly Constituency, Bishnupur district. He is a student of Eureka Academy, Thounaojam and secured 572 marks out of the total 600 marks in the HSLCE, 2020.  He is also subject topper in Science and Social Science subjects. While interacting with media persons, Bobosana said that he did not expected to be included among the exam toppers but felt that he will secure high marks. He also expressed keenness to appear the NDA examination to become an army officer and revealed that he was impressed to join the army from the moment an Army Major interacted with the students at Eureka Academy.


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