CBSE-12th Topper 2021 | CBSE 12th topper Anusuiya said- Laborer


Mahoba. In a remote village of Bundelkhand region in Uttar Pradesh, Rati Bai and her husband Laxmi Prasad are happy that their younger daughter has passed the 12th class examination (CBSE-12th Topper 2021) but little is known about her stupendous achievement. Know or say that its importance is not known. Anusuiya kushwaha, a resident of Badera village in Mahoba district of Uttar Pradesh, has secured 599 marks out of 600 in the CBSE Class 12 examination and her marks percentage is 100 in five subjects.

An 18 year old student of Humanities has got 99 marks in Political Science and 100 marks in English, History, Geography, Painting and Hindi (Additional selected subject). Anasuiya, the first member of her family to pass class 12, told PTI over phone, “My parents are happy but they don’t realize how valuable my achievement is. In cities, parents know the value of this.” He said in a slightly sad voice, “Some people in the village and in the surrounding areas also heard about my result of the examination. They are all happy but have not yet understood the importance of my result but whatever it is, it is the way it is.” She said that her father is a farmer and laborer while her mother is a housewife. He has three elder brothers, one younger brother and two elder sisters. Anasuiya said, “The elder brothers studied till the eighth standard and left their studies and started working as laborers to help the family financially. My sisters did not go to school. Only the younger brother is studying.”

read also

Anasuiya told that apart from studies, she is also a part of the school’s basketball team and a music band and she also likes to paint. She studied at Vidya Gyan, a residential boarding school in Bulandshahr district in western Uttar Pradesh. He had secured 98.2 percent marks in the 10th board exam. Happy with her results, Anasuiya said she now intends to graduate from Delhi University and appear for the prestigious Indian Administrative Service (IAS) examination. She said, “I came to know during school that how an IAS officer can work for the development of places like my village which is located far away. In this manner any person can work at the grassroots level to improve the society. I will prepare for Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to become an IAS. (agency)

s.parentNode.insertBefore(t,s)}(window, document,’script’,
fbq(‘init’, ‘2638761196163484’);
fbq(‘track’, ‘PageView’);


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here