Assam HSLC topper Meghashree Bora of Shankardev Bidya Shishu Niketan, Narayanpur (Lakhimpur) secured 594 marks.
Speaking to NewsLive Meghashree Borah expressed, “I am very happy and it feels great that everybody is overjoyed with my success.”
How did you prepare for the exams?
My teachers had been encouraging me from class eight. So, I had to prove myself. I decided I should try for it.
What was your timetable? How many hours did you put in?
There was no fixed timetable or routine for preparations. Yes, I used to regularly study my subjects. When the school was closed for study leave I started my preparations for the exam.
Apart from your studies what else do you like?
I like reading books and drawing. My favourite authors are Anuradha Sarma Pujari and Manikuntala Bhattacharya.
Did you take tutions for your subjects?
Yes, I did take home tutions for Advanced Mathematics, Science, Mathematics and English.
What was your learning process? Did you stress on learning or memorisation?
I don’t support memorisation. I always tried to learn everything properly. I am thankful to my teachers who showed me the correct way of learning.
Whom do you want to dedicate this success?
My mother, my late father, teachers from my school and my tutors who helped me in this success.
What are the qualities required for success?
I believe to be successful one needs hard work, patience and concentration. I may not have sufficient of these qualities but I strived for them during my preparation.
What are your future plans?
I want to be a Doctor as I believe that our country needs more and better medical practitioners.
What are the requirements of a guardian?
Guardians should have trust in the student that the ward will do something better.
What are your favourite subjects?
My favourite subjects are Mathematics, Advanced Mathematics and Science.
What is the role of the school teachers?
Teachers give a lot of time to the students. I got a lot of attention from them and they kept a note of whether I was facing some issues with the learning. They tried to resolve these issues.
What do you have to say to the next batch?
There is no alternative to hard work.