Farmer’s daughter scores 92% in matric exam, aims to become a doctor

30/07/2020 at 5:50 PM

Bargarh, July 30:  Kamala Rohidas, daughter of a marginal farmer of Grinjel village under Sohela block in the district has set an example for other girls by scoring 92 per cent marks in the HSC examinations, the results of which were declared on Wednesday. 

Kamala, who has secured 20th rank in the district, is the only daughter and youngest of the three children of Gulapa Rohidas.

 While she is looking forward to study Science, the results have boosted her confidence of securing admission into a college of repute.

 “I am glad that my parents are elated with my results. Though they have never forced me to study, they were confident that I will score good marks in the examination,” she said. 

Kamala expressed her gratitude to her teachers, who she said cleared all her doubts patiently. “I could score well due to the support of my teachers. They had given me the liberty to pester them with questions anytime over phone,” she said, adding her parents and two elder brothers also guided her whenever needed.

 While Gulapa has studied up to Plus Two, one of Kamala’s brothers has completed +2 in Arts and the eldest is pursuing B-Tech at NIT, Rourkela. 

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