Rohini V, studying in Nalanda English Medium High School in Mysuru, scored 89% in SSLC. Her father, who sells SIM cards had been ill for almost a year, so Rohini was not able to pay her school fee in December last year. The school understood Rohini’s difficulties and approached an organization called Discussion Class, which helps deserving students like Rohini. The Bengaluru-based organization provided all necessary help to the student.

The Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) declared the  Class 10th Results 2018 on Monday, May 7. More than eight lakh students appeared for the state’s SSLC exams.

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‘Adopt a girl child’

The organization put her under the ‘Adopt a girl child’ project. Rohini was one of the 30 girls that the organization had adopted.

They paid her fee and took care of all educational needs. Following which, Rohini cleared her SSLC with flying colours. She secured 98 in English, 97 in Hindi and 120/125 in Kannada.

Rohini is an inspiration to all students. Even after facing a serious family issue, she did not lose her focus. She didn’t give up on her dedication and worked hard to pass with flying colours.

Better Education

The efforts by her school are highly appreciable. This is a big step in promoting better education.

A member of the Discussion class organization and a central government employee, Raghuveer B, was monitoring Rohini’s studies while Amar Shivarudramurthy, a senior manager with a company, financed her education.

We need more schools like Nalanda English Medium High School to help students reach their full potential. To make them feel confident about their abilities despite all barriers.

Rohini, a biology enthusiast was excited about her future plans. She said she wants to pursue pure science.

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Malvika Bansal is an intern with SheThePeople.Tv

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