Second position holder Arvind aspires to become IAS officer
The only child of Shanjit Maibam and Maibam Romita Devi, Arvind Maibam made his parents proud today with the announcement of High School leaving Certificate Examination (HSLCE) by the Board of Secondary Examination Manipur (BOSEM).
Arvind secured second position in the state level examination with a total of 567 marks out of total 600 marks.
The student of Tiny Tots Unique School Imphal, in his cloud-nine mood said “I am satisfied with the results as I was also expecting my name to be enlisted among the top three”.
Crediting his success to his parents and teachers for their continuous support, Arvind wants to serve the people by becoming an IAS officer.
The position holder said he studied seven hours a day during his preparation for the said examination. Stressing more on his routine, he professed that he had no ability of studying for long hours, so he joined a private coaching except for physics and chemistry subject and took the guidance of his parents for his studies while maintaining a study habit.
He also revealed that he do not own a private mobile phone and does not find the necessity of having a phone. “I use my parent’s phone only when I need it” said the student.
Arvind’s father, Shanjit, who is an assistant professor in Liberal College overwhelmed with his son’s achievement, said he did have high expectation from his son as he had a good academic performance even from his school. He said, “It was not an easy feeling knowing that the results will be declared but the result is satisfactory.”
His mother, Romita also said they do not force their child with rigid study schedule, but maintained that they watched over his studies and guided him.
“He was also not into private tuition, but as a responsible parent, we enrolled him to a private tuition as it is also the trend here in the state,” said his mother in the interview with reporters.
Arvind is from Laipham Khunou Mayai Leikai.
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