Agricultural Worker’s Daughter Tops Karnataka Class XII Results

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Swathi S from Ballari, Karnataka, has proved that financial background has little to do with one’s academic success. If you’re hardworking and focused, you can reach your goals. Daughter of a brick factory labourer and an agricultural worker, Swathi topped the II Pre-University exams (Class XII) on April 30. Her excellent performance can be gauged from the fact that. Swathi secured 595 out of 600 (99.1%). She topped Karnataka in the arts stream.

A student of Indu Independent PC College, Swathi lives in Rampura village near Kottur in Ballari district in Karnataka. Her college is about 6 km from her residence.

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The hardworking girl secured a perfect 100 in history and education.

“I made it a point to study every day and am more than satisfied with the result. I have secured more than what I got in the preparatory exams (576/600). I expected to be among the top ten but bagging the number one spot is exhilarating,” -Swathi S

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Scoring such good marks meant that she had to put in a lot of hard work. The amount of hard work doubles because of the unscheduled power cuts in most of the villages of our country. She even studied with a kerosene lamp or a mobile torch because of the power cuts.

Her parents collectively earn about Rs 300 a day. Swathi said she wanted to study in an English-medium institution. When her parents could not afford it, the college paid half the fees.

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“We could not afford the fees, so the college paid half of it,” said Swathi’s mother Rathnamma S, who’s an agricultural labourer.

Her mother shared that they had always prioritized their daughter’s education despite the financial constraints. They got the news of the outstanding result when the college sent a car to bring them. Her family is extremely happy with her stellar performance.

More power to you, Swathi!

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