A student of Tagore Senior Secondary School in Hisar, Rishita secured 100 marks in English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science and MHV.
The joy of making the impossible look possible is incomparable. And a girl from Haryana did just that in the class 10 exams by scoring 100 percent marks. Rishita is now a household name in Haryana, probably across India. A student of Tagore Senior Secondary School in Hisar, she secured 100 marks in English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science and MHV out of the six subjects.
As Rishita scored 500/500, and Uma, Kalpana and Sushil Narnaund each scored 499, securing a second place.
In an interview with ANI, Rishita said, “My parents and teachers motivated me a lot. I believe hard work is the key to success.”
She added, “I used to study for 7 to 8 hours. After coming from school, I used to take some rest and also help out in household work, then again I used to study till 10 pm in the night.”
The Board of School Education Haryana (BSEH) yesterday announced Class 10 results for both regular and private students. The total pass rate this year was 64.59 per cent.
The principal of Tagore Senior Secondary School, Dharampal Yadav, attributed the achievement to the hard work of the students and their parents.
“We never use help books in school. We teach our students from prescribed NCERT books,” Mr. Yadav said.
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