The success of the promising daughter Priyanshu Kumari, a resident of Sumera, is also remarkable in that while Priyanshu was in her mother’s womb, her father died at the same time in a traffic accident. Priyanshu’s father Munna Sharma’s shadow had arisen from her head in her youth, leaving no male guardian in her house.
Her father died suddenly in 2005, but Priyanshu’s stubbornness and good upbringing gave her wings. Dadi Sumitra Devi tells that there was a time when it was time to stop studying because of financial constraints, but at that time a teacher named Mantu helped her a lot.
Priyanshu’s mother says her daughter didn’t even miss a day of school, whether it was winter or summer. Here, this success of Priyanshu has created an atmosphere of happiness throughout the village. Priyanshu Kumari, who surpassed the district in the entrance examination by 472 points, attributes her success to her family and teachers.
Priyanshu says that the teachers of Aliganj High School also received a lot of support and that she continued her studies strongly during the Corona period. Priyanshu’s dream is to serve the country by becoming an IAS. However, Priyanshu’s success proves that if intentions are as strong as steel, success will surely kiss one day.
Rinki, the daughter of a grocery store owner from Bihiya, took sixth place in the state.
Puzzle : Rinki, daughter of a grocery storekeeper, resident of Judge Bazar of Nagar Panchayat Bihiya, has secured her place in the top ten in the entrance examination (Bihar Board Exam 2022). Rinki Kumari, daughter of the father of grocery storekeeper Nagendra Sah and housewife mother Pushpa Devi, from an ordinary family, has secured the sixth position in the state, bringing an air of happiness to her home and school. Rinki Kumari, a student of Universal Ten Plus Two Public School in the city, had appeared in the entrance exam through the English medium. In the results released on Thursday, Rinki has 96.4 percent, so a total of 482 points.
9th topper farmer’s daughter Trumpi wants to become a doctor
aurangabad : Three daughters of the district have proved that daughters are no less than sons. He raises the flag of success in every field. In the same order, the daughters of Aurangabad have also proved their success in the entrance examination. Goh ki Ramayani of Aurangabad has achieved the first position in the state in the entrance examination. On the other hand, Pragya has brought laurels to both the district and the state by bringing the third position and Tripti to the 9th position.
While top Bihar Ramayani of Aurangabad district told that she would later serve society by becoming a journalist, Tripti Raj wants to be established as a doctor later. Tell that Tripti, daughter of Rajiv Kumar Vidyarthi, resident of Hari village in Goh block, said that the partners of this credit are my teachers and parents. Significantly, Tripti’s father is a farmer and mother is an Anganwadi worker.
He told that my daughter Tripti Raj got 479 marks and got 9th position after passing the exam from Project Girls High School, Goh. Today it has made the whole district proud by taking the ninth position in Bihar. In this order, the heads of Trupti’s relatives and the people of the entire bloc are held up with pride.
Electricity store owner’s son took 7th place
Shambhu of Aurangabad has not only brought laurels to his parents but also to Aurangabad district by taking 7th place in Bihar Board exam. Shambhu’s father Rajendra Sao Jahan runs a small electrical shop. And his mother is a housewife. Shambhu wants to become an IAS. Shambhu Kumar, a student of Anugrah Inter School, Aurangabad has secured the seventh position by getting 481 points. Shambhu has given credit for this success to his parents and teachers.
Narayan Priya reached the top ten by scoring 478 points.
Rohtas : Triveni Narayan Priya, a resident of Gangoli, Dehri district, has reached the top ten in the entire state by scoring 478 points in the entrance examination. Triveni says you can get better results by focusing and studying with fewer resources. He has thanked his parents and teachers for his success. Let us inform that Triveni Narayan, a student of the Upgraded Secondary School of Gangoli, Dehri, is ranked 5th by his 11 siblings. Triveni’s father is a farmer and he also works in agriculture with his father.
Randhir Kumar also included in top ten
away: Randhir Kumar, a student of SBS High School in Ismailpur village of Guraru block of Gaya district of Bihar has brought laurels to the name of Bihar including Gaya by bringing eighth grade in Bihar. People of Panchayat are very happy after getting good ranks. Randhir Kumar has expressed a desire to become an IAS. Randhir’s father is a teacher at a government school. The father is very happy that the son gets a good rank.