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Students from Telangana districts bagged top ranks in the Intermediate examinations even as the overall pass percentage in the 10 districts dropped drastically this year, presumably due to the 45-day Sakala Janula Samme, which derailed the academic year. While PVG Sai Subrahmanyam, a student from Kothagudem, Khammam, secured the top rank (994 marks) in MPC (Maths, Physics and Chemistry), Atukula Rahul (989 marks) from Karimnagar secured the top score in BiPC (Biology, Physics and Chemistry).
Five of the top six ranks in the state were bagged by students from Telangana districts. While A Jagadeesh from Khammam district got the second rank in MPC, the third rank was shared by Y Shravani and N Sushma from Vivekananda Nagar, Nalgonda district. In BiPC, B Santhoshi Rupa, a student from Nizampet in Hyderabad, scored the second rank. P Satya Prashanti, a student from West Godavari, secured the third rank in BiPC. Students who secured top ranks attributed their success to their hard work. A Rahul, the BiPC topper who comes from a poor family, said that he had put in 18 hours every day to bag a good score. Rahul's parents are agricultural labourers and he received financial support from the college to complete his Inter. "I want to become a cardiologist and hope to get admission in Gandhi Medical College because I want to stay close to home," said Rahul. The first-rank holder in MPC stream, Subrahmanyam said that he wanted to pursue computer science engineering in BITS Pilani and would go on to write Union Public Service Commission exams. "My father is a mathematics lecturer in the college where I studied and my mother is a school teacher. Both of them supported me and helped me with my preparation," said Subrahmanyam. Meanwhile, Santhoshi Rupa, the second-rank holder in BiPC, who hails from the city, said that she wanted to join Jawaharlal Institute of Post-graduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) in Pondicherry for MBBS. "I now hope to realise my dream of becoming a doctor," she said.
Courtesy: Times of India
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