A student with firm determination has overcome the deadly disease to cross the first milestone of her life. In this article we are providing a true inspirational story of a student who has successfully scored 81% in UP Board class 10th exam 2017.
Supriya, a UP Board 10th class student, irrespective of suffering from blood cancer, has managed to reach her goal. When any other student, distressed by such conditions, would have slipped into depression, given up their education or future dreams, Supriya didn’t lose the battle and emerged out to be a high scorer. A well known proverb, "where there's a will there's a way" has been justified by this brave girl. K.M Supriya has cleared the 10th exam amidst of all odds. Due to the blood cancer she was going through the adverse situation during her exam days but she never had a thought to give up her studies or not to take the exams.
Main highlights of the interview are given below :
K.M Supriya, who scored 81% in UP Board exam 2017, said during an interview that, "I am not much happy with this result because I never expected to score this less." Her aim was to become UP Board class 10th topper in 2017 board exam. In that phase she was suffering from blood cancer and that’s why she was not able to prepare herself according to her study plan, as she told that sometimes due to her illness she was not able to study even for two or three days.
Further speaking to her during the interview, she also told that after knowing about the disease, her father always motivated her for the studies and helped a lot in her board exam preparation. She also mentions that she wants to pursue engineering after completing her class 12th examination.
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