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Rittik from Raha secures 10th rank

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RAHA, June 6 - Rittik Kumar Sut of Raha of Pranjal Memorial Academy, bagged the 10th position in the HSLC examination.

Rittik, the son of Deepak Kumar Sut, a subject teacher of Assamese subject of Garhajan HS School, Rupahi, Nagaon and Dr Rinu Borah, professor, Hindi department, Raha College of Garhmari New Colony, near Raha with 97.2 per cent earned the 10th position. He secured 97 in English, 92 in Assamese, 97 in General Mathematics, 100 in General Science, 98 in Social Science and in Advanced Mathematics 100.

He is yet to decide his next step for further studies but wants to be a doctor.

Talking to The Assam Tribune at his residence, Rittik said, �Nothing is impossible if one is consistent and above all when one has faith in self.� Crediting hard work, the support of his parents and above all God, he added that it was a collective effort of the three. When asked whether he hoped for any position or not, the student confided that he was not expecting the number ten position.

Stressing on consistency, he further said that 12 to 15 hours of study everyday was enough. He said, �If you do that you don�t have to struggle at the last minute.�

It might be necessary to mention here that Rittik studied for 3-4 hours daily throughout the year and 10-12 hours when he had no school.

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Rittik from Raha secures 10th rank

RAHA, June 6 - Rittik Kumar Sut of Raha of Pranjal Memorial Academy, bagged the 10th position in the HSLC examination.

Rittik, the son of Deepak Kumar Sut, a subject teacher of Assamese subject of Garhajan HS School, Rupahi, Nagaon and Dr Rinu Borah, professor, Hindi department, Raha College of Garhmari New Colony, near Raha with 97.2 per cent earned the 10th position. He secured 97 in English, 92 in Assamese, 97 in General Mathematics, 100 in General Science, 98 in Social Science and in Advanced Mathematics 100.

He is yet to decide his next step for further studies but wants to be a doctor.

Talking to The Assam Tribune at his residence, Rittik said, �Nothing is impossible if one is consistent and above all when one has faith in self.� Crediting hard work, the support of his parents and above all God, he added that it was a collective effort of the three. When asked whether he hoped for any position or not, the student confided that he was not expecting the number ten position.

Stressing on consistency, he further said that 12 to 15 hours of study everyday was enough. He said, �If you do that you don�t have to struggle at the last minute.�

It might be necessary to mention here that Rittik studied for 3-4 hours daily throughout the year and 10-12 hours when he had no school.

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