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Jamshedpur DC honours JAC 10th state topper and district toppers


Mail News Service

Jmashedpur, May 24: Jamshedpur witnessed a moment of pride and celebration as the Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) 10th State Topper, Shreya Songiri, along with the district toppers, Kunal Pal and Sonal Kumari, were honored in a felicitation ceremony. The event took place in the presence of esteemed officials, including Deputy Commissioner Vijaya Jadhav, SDM Dhalbhum Piyush Sinha, Director DRDA Saurabh Sinha, ADC Jaideep Tigga, Director NEP Jyotsna Singh, DTO Dinesh Ranjan, DPO Arun Dwivedi, Establishment Deputy Collector Abhishek Kumar, DEO Nirmala Barelia, DSE Nishu Kumari, and other officials and workers.

The toppers, their parents, and their achievements were acknowledged with great appreciation. Deputy Commissioner Vijaya Jadhav expressed her blessings and commended the toppers for bringing immense pride to the district through their remarkable achievements. She highlighted the significant contribution of girls and emphasized that their progress signifies a positive direction for society. She debunked the myth that success is exclusive to urban or English-medium students and applauded the state and district toppers for breaking such stereotypes.

Deputy Commissioner Jadhav expressed gratitude towards the principals, teachers, and educators of both government and private schools for their cooperation in preparing model question sets. She also extended her appreciation to the officials and teachers involved in evaluating the monthly assessment tests. She acknowledged the collective efforts of all those who contributed, directly or indirectly, to the district’s exceptional results.

The parents of the toppers were also honored during the felicitation ceremony. They expressed their gratitude to the district administration for recognizing their children’s achievements at the district level.

Shreya Songiri, the State Topper from Tribal High School, Purnapani, Chakulia, attributed her success to the unwavering support of her parents and teachers. She revealed that she studied consistently for six hours daily and received guidance in Science and Maths from her teacher father, eliminating the need for additional coaching. Shreya aspires to become a teacher in the future.

Kunal Pal, who secured the second position in the district, also attended Tribal High School, Purnapani, Chakulia. He achieved his success without any external coaching, relying on the notes provided by the school, participating in monthly assessment tests, and attending online classes. Kunal aims to pursue a career as a commercial pilot.

Sonal Kumari, the third topper in the district from Pragati Saraswati Shishu Vidya Mandir, Jamshedpur, expressed her joy and gratitude for her accomplishment. She revealed that she dedicated 6-7 hours to regular studies throughout the year, increasing her study hours to 12-14 as exams approached. Sonal dreams of becoming a doctor in the future.

The felicitation ceremony not only celebrated the exceptional achievements of the toppers but also recognized their dedication and hard work. Their success serves as an inspiration to other students and reinforces the district’s commitment to promoting excellence in education.

Exceptional performance by residential schools in JAC 10th Board Exams

The residential schools in the district have achieved outstanding results in the Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) 10th board examinations. Among the 682 students enrolled in nine Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas (KGBVs) and two Jharkhand Balika Awasiya Vidyalayas (JBAVs), 681 students appeared for the exams (one student was unable to attend two papers due to illness). Among them, 619 students secured first division, while 62 students achieved second division. Notably, all the students from KGBV Potka, KGBV Dhalbhumgarh, KGBV Bahragora, and Jharkhand Girls Residential School Gudbanda passed the examination with first division.


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