I will continue studies in private schools, says Julendia
Third position holder and science topper in the High School Leaving Certificate Examination, 2019 Moirangthem Julendia Devi has expressed her wish to continue higher secondary studies in private school stating that most government school students usually get involved in social issues and become distracted from studies.
Moirangthem Julendia Devi daughter of Moirangthem Surjit Singh and Moirangthem Premlata Devi from Heingang Awang Leikai was speaking to media during an interview at her residence in the presence of her family members. She passed the HSLC, 2019 examination from St. Thomas School, Kontha Ahallup, Heingang, Imphal East in third position
“I was very happy when came to hear that I stood in third position. From the beginning, I kept my expectations that I will hold a position amongst the ten toppers as I did my exam well. But I did not expect that I will hold the third position,” said Julendia.
Both the parents of Julendia are medical lab technicians and she has a younger brother studying at class seven at the same school she studies.
Mentioned may be made that Julendia scored a total mark of 566 out of 600 marks with a difference of 1 mark as compared with the second position holder.
She also received letter marks on six subjects namely Manipuri (Meitei mayek), English, Mathematics, Science, Social Science and Home Science. Among the six subjects Julendia also topped in Science subject by scoring 96 marks out of 100. Julendia said she wishes to continue her career in the profession of medical line and would like to serve the society. She gave the credit of her success to her parents, the school and teachers at the coaching institute she goes.
Replying to a query from media, she said private tuition is not mandatory if a student listen to their class attentively. Private tuition is meant to get extra knowledge in addition to the lesson taught by school teachers, she added.
“I study my lesson regularly, in examination days I used to read six to seven hours and in other days, I use to read three hours usually,” said Julendia.
She said the students need not completely rely on their teachers for their studies but need to take initiatives of their own in order to succeed.
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