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HSLC toppers determined to continue hard work

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 27 � All the HSLC position holders from different schools in the capital city are determined to continue their hard work and realize their dreams of making it big in their chosen careers.

Twins Mriganka Nath and Madhurjya Nath who secured the 2nd and 15th rank respectively bringing a lot of joy for everyone in their almamater St Vivekananda English Academy, Pandu have already decided their career path. They want to be engineers, but first of all they want to be better citizens. Acknowledging their gratefulness towards their parents Dr Bipul Kumar Nath and Geetali Nath, they said that school teachers and friends had also been encouraging them.

�I studied five to six hours regularly and after the test, I studied 10 to 12 hours daily. There is no alternative to hard work and I am very happy that my concentration and dedication paid off,� said Mriganka.

His twin brother Madhurjya also expressed his joy and said that he was happy for his school as he could return its love and care by scoring the 15th position. �I concentrated in my studies and did not take any tension,� he said. Both brothers share everything � right to studying together.

The other toppers seemed inspired by the success of the students of Assam who have made it to the IAS. Sixth position holder Ankita Gogoi of Holy Child H.S School, Guwahati has decided to pursue Arts in Cotton College and compete for the civil services. �I studied for five to six hours daily and I am thankful to my parents, school and friends for their support and most of all to my grandfather,� said Ankita adding that she also has a liking for the teaching job.

Ankita�s classmate and friend Dishna Phukan who got the ninth position has also made up her mind to make it to the IAS. She will study in the Science stream. �I have been dreaming of becoming an administrative officer since class VIII,� said Drishna admitting that the success of Assam boys and girls in the IAS has motivated her.

Another ninth position holder Debarshi Nath of Disneyland High School, Khanapara said that the key to success is concentration without any expectation and without taking any stress. �I used to study 4 to 5 hours daily and before the exams, I increased my study hours. I want to be an engineer and compete for the civil services,� he said.

Another topper Padmaja Talukdar, of St Mary�s HS School, Guwahati who secured the 8th position will study Science in Cotton College and compete for the civil services. �I studied for 4 to 5 hours and after test I studied for 8 to 10 hours,� she said emphasizing that hard work always brings good result.

On the other hand, Deboraj Borah, of Axam Jatiya Vidyalaya, Noonmati, who got the tenth position, is determined to realize his dream of becoming an aeronautical engineer. �I had studied for 8 hours before the exams,� he said.

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HSLC toppers determined to continue hard work

GUWAHATI, May 27 � All the HSLC position holders from different schools in the capital city are determined to continue their hard work and realize their dreams of making it big in their chosen careers.

Twins Mriganka Nath and Madhurjya Nath who secured the 2nd and 15th rank respectively bringing a lot of joy for everyone in their almamater St Vivekananda English Academy, Pandu have already decided their career path. They want to be engineers, but first of all they want to be better citizens. Acknowledging their gratefulness towards their parents Dr Bipul Kumar Nath and Geetali Nath, they said that school teachers and friends had also been encouraging them.

�I studied five to six hours regularly and after the test, I studied 10 to 12 hours daily. There is no alternative to hard work and I am very happy that my concentration and dedication paid off,� said Mriganka.

His twin brother Madhurjya also expressed his joy and said that he was happy for his school as he could return its love and care by scoring the 15th position. �I concentrated in my studies and did not take any tension,� he said. Both brothers share everything � right to studying together.

The other toppers seemed inspired by the success of the students of Assam who have made it to the IAS. Sixth position holder Ankita Gogoi of Holy Child H.S School, Guwahati has decided to pursue Arts in Cotton College and compete for the civil services. �I studied for five to six hours daily and I am thankful to my parents, school and friends for their support and most of all to my grandfather,� said Ankita adding that she also has a liking for the teaching job.

Ankita�s classmate and friend Dishna Phukan who got the ninth position has also made up her mind to make it to the IAS. She will study in the Science stream. �I have been dreaming of becoming an administrative officer since class VIII,� said Drishna admitting that the success of Assam boys and girls in the IAS has motivated her.

Another ninth position holder Debarshi Nath of Disneyland High School, Khanapara said that the key to success is concentration without any expectation and without taking any stress. �I used to study 4 to 5 hours daily and before the exams, I increased my study hours. I want to be an engineer and compete for the civil services,� he said.

Another topper Padmaja Talukdar, of St Mary�s HS School, Guwahati who secured the 8th position will study Science in Cotton College and compete for the civil services. �I studied for 4 to 5 hours and after test I studied for 8 to 10 hours,� she said emphasizing that hard work always brings good result.

On the other hand, Deboraj Borah, of Axam Jatiya Vidyalaya, Noonmati, who got the tenth position, is determined to realize his dream of becoming an aeronautical engineer. �I had studied for 8 hours before the exams,� he said.