Passed the exam with 94.95 PR
After the death of her father three days before the board exam, a young girl from Vadodara passed the 10th board exam with flying colours. Coming from a hardworking family she took the exam with a firm mind and score 94.95 PR in Std-10. The result of Std-10 examination conducted by Gujarat Secondary Education Board was declared on Tuesday.
Studying in Gujarati medium at Baroda High School in Danteshwar, Mithali Darji, a resident of Kishanwadi Khodiyar Chowk scored 94.95 PR (77%) in Std-10 examination. She will be more happy if her father be alive today. Her father died in an accident three days before the start of the board exam and everyone in the family was stunned.
“The incident shocked everyone as I didn’t even feel like reading even had a book in my hand. Mom was constantly crying and I could not hold back my tears when I saw her. At one point I decided not to give the exam, but I need to pursue my father dream who wanted me to see as a doctor. With firm decision I decide to appear in the exam,” said Mitali.
Mithali further said that after the death of her father, the responsibility of the house has fallen on her mother Vaishaliben. Her mother works as a petrol filler at a petrol pump and it’s difficult for her to pay for the education of three siblings.
Her mother is willing to give all of them a higher education. Mitali said, if her father was alive she would have worked hard to become a doctor, but now it’s not possible for her now and want to go into engineering.
Studying at Shri Ambe Vidyalaya on Waghodia Road, Urvish Joshi scored 99.84 PR (91 percent) in 10th standard. His father Rajeshbhai drives a school van and mother Vaishali is a beautician. Urvish said he attend tution when was in standard 7 and 8, but did not take tuition in 10th class. Pay attention when the teacher teaches in the school and come home and do revision is the mantra and there is no need for tuition. He wants to make a career in IIT.
Dhruv Rohit, who lives in Waghodia Road Vaikunth Society and studies in Shri Ambe Vidyalaya, Waghodia Road, has passed Std-10 99.98 PR (94) percent. Dhruv’s father Sanjaybhai works in a puja shop in Ghadiali Pol.
His mother Riyabahen is a housewife. Dhruv wants to be a doctor in the future and a desire to serve society. He said, Everyone should follow the Covid-19 guidelines and and if everyone takes care and stay safe then the Coronavirus will soon vanish from the country.
Yash Prajapati, who lives on Harni-Motnath Road, scored 99.93 PR in his 10th board exams. His father Manubhai works in a private company. Yash wants to make a career in mathematics and to fulfill that desire, he has already taken admission in Concept School in Std-11 and started studying online.