Mizoram HSLC Results 2019: Hard work and determination never go in vain. If someone is determined about his goal and much sure about the task he has undertaken, the chances of success becomes higher and higher. This brings to the point that it does not matter how rich one is, how resourceful one is; success belongs to those who are determined.
A young girl from Mizoram has proved the same. She has no riches and not much of facilities; still, she has managed to make things possible for her. The parents of the girl in discussion is nothing but a poor vegetable seller who sell their wares in the nearby areas of the village where she lived. She has scored good marks in the board exam that is conducted by the state board. She scored 97.2 per cent in her board exams. She was determined to carry her studies forward despite all adversities.
The girl, Lalrinnungi, has been a student of the St. Joseph Higher Secondary School, Aizawl. She has been a meritorious student in her class. In the board exam, she has scored 100 in Science which is her favourite subject, 97 in Maths and Mizo both, 98 in Social Sciences and 94 in English. As per the young girl, her marks were very poor in English. Talking about her usual activities, she used to offer help to her parents sell vegetables whenever she had time apart from her school hours. She had been in this practice from long.
The result of Mizoram HSLC board exam 2019 was declared on Thursday, May 2. Around 17000 students have appeared in the exam this year and the young girl Lalrinnungi, who is also the youngest among her siblings, learned that she topped HSLC exam. This result made her very popular among all. After a few days, when she was sitting on a stool and helping her parents sell vegetables, people came to her and congratulated her for her success. They were taking pictures of the young girl.
Lalrinnungi will continue her studies at the same school where she has studied. After the result, the authorities have announced a complete waiver in her tuition and boarding fees for the next two academic terms. The announcement was made by C Laltlansanga, the principal of the St Joseph Higher Secondary School.