MP's Roshni Bhadauria, who cycles 24 km to school, scores 98.5 percent in Board exams
New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: Fifteen-year-old Roshni Bhadauria from Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh has set an astonishingly stellar example by scoring 98.5 percent in the Class 10 board exams. She has achieved the eighth rank in the exams conducted by the Madhya Pradesh state board.
However, it is revealed that she used to cycle for 24 kilometers from her village, Ajnaul every day just to attend school.
"I was given a bicycle by the government which I used well. I used to study around four and a half hours every day. I want to prepare for IAS in the future," the fifteen-year-old said in a statement to news agency ANI.
Her journey is an outstanding example of achieving goals despite facing many challenges by working hard for them. Roshni said that it is due to her father's constant support she was able to pay full attention to her studies, as reported by ANI.
On this, Roshni's father Purshottam Bhadoria, a farmer by occupation, expressed that his daughter had indeed worked very hard and has made everyone in the family proud.
She further revealed that she never expected to get such a good rank, but had studied diligently for the exams. Roshni’s mother, Sarita Bhadoria, said that she wants to see her daughter excel and achieve her dreams of becoming an IAS officer in a statement to ANI.
Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Digvijaya Singh congratulated the scholar by tweeting, "रोशनी भदौरिया को हार्दिक बधाई।"
At such a young age, the fifteen-year-old has indeed proved that hard work is the key to your dreams.
The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education declared the results of Class 10th board examination on Saturday. The MPBSE class 10th examination were given by around 11.5 lakh students this year. The board, however, was not able to complete the exams after the Centre imposed a nationwide coronavirus-induced lockdown. It later announced that as directed by Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the board will not fail any student this year.
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