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Smart work is key to success, say toppers

Neeraj Mohan, Hindustan Times  Sangrur, May 28, 2014
First Published: 20:54 IST(28/5/2014) | Last Updated: 20:56 IST(28/5/2014)

The toppers of CBSE class 12 examination from Sangrur district believe that smart work was a key to success. They said that effective studying of few hours was enough for a good score in exams. Students from Sangrur, who did well in CBSC class 12 exam shared their success mantra with the Hindustan Times.

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Sharang Gupta (97 % medical) wants to become doctor
 
"I could not study much due to my poor health, but still I achieved what I deserved" said Sharang Gupta on securing 97 per cent marks in the medical stream of CBSE class 12. Sharang is student of Cambridge High School, Dhuri.

Talking to Hindustan times, Sharang who is the only son of Dhuri- based commission agent  Naresh Gupta is suffering from a problem of pancreas and had to be admitted to a hospital three times in the last year.
 
"But the support of my family and school helped to do well in studies", said Sharang adding that "Though I am also suffering from pancreas problem, I want to become a doctor  by doing MBBS from any big institute to  help the people who are suffering from diseases."

Piyush Garg ,95.4%, (non-medical) gives credits to her tutors

"I never thought that I will score more than 95 per cent," said Piyush Garg, younger daughter of Sunam based businessman, who runs  a shoe manufacturing unit.Piyush, who studied at the Vasant Valley Public School, Ladda (Sangrur) gives credit to her tutors for her achievements.  She wants to do B.Tech from a recognized institute.Piyush believes in smart work as she studies only three to four hours every day and got 95.4 per cent marks in non-medical stream. "As my elder sister is working, I help my mother at home but still it does not affect my study as I believe that we do not need to study round the clock but few hours are enough if we study attentively," she added. 

Shaina  Garg (94.6 % commerce) aspires to become a CA

"The first hurdle has been crossed now I want to focus on the second", says Shaina Garg on his achieving 94.6 per cent marks in the commerce stream of CBSE class 12.Shaina, student of Vasant Valley Public School Ladda,  wants to become a chartered accountant ( CA). She is preparing for the entrance exam slated to be held on June 22.  The eldest daughter of Ajay Kumar Garg, Shaina achieved highest marks in her friend circle.  As Shaina scored good marks by studying only two-three hours without any time table, she believes that  study of two-three hours  daily is enough for good score. Though, Shaina said that she cannot predict what is in store for future, but her mother Vaishali Garg was confident that her daughter will achieve what she want.


 
 

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