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HindustanTimes Thu,18 Sep 2014

Self-study her key, Charu an aspiring math scholar

Ashpuneet Kaur Sandhu, Hindustan Times  Bathinda, May 12, 2014
First Published: 09:05 IST(12/5/2014) | Last Updated: 09:07 IST(12/5/2014)

While her parents run a food-delivery business, she is giving meaning to their toil. Charu, a science (non-medical) student at Malout’s Guru Teg Bahadur Khalsa Senior Secondary School, has got third position in Class 12 of the Punjab School Education Board declared on Sunday. She got 98%.


Speaking to HT over the phone from Ludhiana, where she is taking coaching for entrance exams, Charu, who does not use a surname, said, “I have no words to explain how happy this result has made me.

It’s a ray of hope and motivation for me not to let my dreams fade away.” She gave the credit to her school: “My teachers have supported and helped me even at odd hours if I ever got stuck in my lessons. I never took any tuitions; this is the result of self-study and extra notes provided by my teachers.”

Explaining her study routine, she said, “I never burdened my self during exams and kept a nor mal routine. I just made sure I revised what was taught everyday in school.” She plans to go into mathematics and get “a PhD from Delhi University”.

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