Reaping the fruits of hard work

Reaping the fruits of hard work

Vasundhara Teotia
CMR National Public School

She used to set fixed targets for herself and would see to it that she completed them. She would not go to bed until she finished that.

A lover of badminton, tennis and painting, she frequently involves herself in these activities. “I started studying seriously from February and it has helped me do well.”

Vasundhara plans to take up PCMB and continue doing 11th and 12th in her school itself.
She also attributes her success to her parents and teachers without whom she would not be where she is today.

Pankhuri Kumar
CMR National Public School

Pankhuri Kumar is ecstactic about her results. She was always considered an intelligent student, yet she studied for the exam throughout the year. “I had followed a time-table from the beginning of the year itself and I used to revise regularly,” she says. So did she find the exam tough? “They were on the whole not very difficult. I found them quite good,” she says.

And what about hobbies? “I read fiction and I also dance,” she informs. Her mother Smitha is delighted. “I am very happy and proud of her,” she says. Talking about her future plans, Pankhuri says, “I will take science with computer science and would be writing entrance exams to pursue engineering in the future.” And what does her mother want her to pursue? “I just want her to do whatever she wants.”

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