School toppers eye civil services | Ranchi News

Ranchi /Jamshedpur/Dhanbad: Regular study, clear concept and writing practice were the mantras for success, said the toppers after securing high marks in Class X examination. Most of them prepared from NCERT books and consulted reference books for the cutting edge.
Harsha Priyam of Jawahar Vidya Mandir (JVM) Shyamali said she was expecting above 95 percent and was happy scoring 99 percent. On her strategy, Priyam stated that she fixed targets and continued to study till they were achieved. She said practicing the sample papers helped her present the answers properly. “My family and teachers motivated me to perform well. I would study humanities and take the civil services examination.”
Anany Mishra of Delhi Public School (Ranchi) said, “I relied on NCERT books. For getting additional information I searched the reference books instead of internet”. He said Covid threat did not hamper his examination as his papers were over by March 18.
Leeza Oraon of DAV Public School Hehal stated that she studied regularly from beginning of Class X and practiced writing answers. Oraon also wants to become an IAS officer in future.
Dhanbad topper, Krishnanshu Chouwdhury, son of Laxmi Chowdhury, an employee of a travel agency, said, “ Regular study throughout the year is the reason for my success and i will advise by juniors to concentrate on NCERT books for last two months ahead of the examination even if you are going through the reference books otherwise,”. He wants to become a doctor by clearing NEET Exam.
Another district topper and son of Electrical Mechanic father Prabhakar Pillai and homemaker mother Jyoti Pillai said, that he has started preparing of engineering entrance. He gives the credit of his success to his parents as despite facing financial crunch they never let any resource crunch to come on his way and even managed private tuition for him.
“My role model in life is MS Dhoni who despite facing all kinds of adversities always excelled in life with the help of strong determination and will power” said Chowdhury
In rural Jagannathpur block of West Singbhum, Karunanidhi scored 99 percent marks and aspires to become an IAS officer in future.The promising girl, who is a student of DAV Noamundi school, said her parents had tried to get her admission in DAV Bistupur (in Jamshedpur) in 2019 but the school denied her admission as she didn’t file the admission form on time.
The promising girl, who is a student of DAV Noamundi school, said her parents had tried to admit her in DAV Bistupur (in Jamshedpur) in 2019 but the school denied her admission as she didn’t file the admission form on time.
“The fact that I did not get the admission in class 10 in DAV Bistupur disappointed me a little but it also helped me resolve to work hard and perform at the present school (DAV Noamundi),” said Karunanidih. Daughter of an insurance executive, Santosh Sharma and housewife, Manisha, the young girl said she studied six to seven hours all through the academic year.
“There’s nothing like extra effort during exams for me as studies is a fun and I love studying every day,” Karunanidhi said, adding that she will do her intermediate at her present school and graduation in conventional degree course from Jharkhand and then sit for UPSC.

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