Jamshedpur, May 28: Kanisha Sidda of St. Mary’s English High School, who scored the perfect 10 wants to be a doctor and serve the society.
Kanishka studied 5 hours daily and attributes hard work for her success. ‘I studied with full concentration and with the help of teachers and parents I managed to score perfect 10, said Sidda, adding, “I want to be a cardiologist and become the first doctor from the family and make my parents proud.”
A resident of Parsudih, Kanishka’s father Sidda Mohan Rao is a senior technician in South Eastern Railway, while her mother Sidda Pushplata is a housewife. Her hobbies include dance and drawing. She was a Horlicks Wizkids contest finalist from Jamshedpur.
Rachana Tripathy of St. Mary’s English High School who also scored perfect 10 in the Class 10 wants to be an Ayurvedic doctor. She dedicated five hours to study daily before her Class 10 exams. “I want to become an Ayurvedic doctor and eradicate adulteration from each and every thing we consume today,” said Rachana.
She added, “In everyday life we come across adulteration in food items which is harming our body and we are becoming prone to several diseases.” Rachana loves to paint and has won several awards in the inter-school level.
Jasmeet Kaur, a resident of Bistupur, also scored 10 CGPA and says she was confident about getting the top score as she had worked hard with 8 hours of regular studies daily.
“I want to pursue engineering in computer science from IIT Mumbai for which I have taken admission in Prerna Classes for JEE entrance exam and hope to start my own company,” said Jasmeet adding, “I love to dance and play guitar.” Her father Gurusharan Singh is a Tata Steel employee, while mother Balwinder Kaur is a housewife.