Online Classes, Hard Work Pays Off for Valley Girls to Top

Online Classes, Hard Work Pays Off for Valley Girls to Top


Online Classes, Hard Work Pays Off for Valley Girls to Top


Srinagar, Feb 09 : With the declaration of annual regular results of 12th standard, the top position holders of government school have managed to achieve the feat that too without taking any private tuitions or help from anybody.
The two female toppers, Adeebah Muzamil from faculty of Arts and Sahila Nabi from faculty of Home Science of Government Girls Higher Secondary School (GGHSS) Kothibagh say that they achieved the success by hard-work and self-studying.

Adeebah said, “ I did not take any private tuition but attended the online school classes only.”
“It is true that the online teaching is less effective but it also depends upon the student as to how they can learn more besides the online classes,” she said.
Adeebah, a resident of Batamaloo Srinagar said that the teachers at GGHSS taught them well via online classes and did not let any loophole enter into the curriculum.

“ Besides online classes, the teachers provided us notes and other material and that was one of the major reasons to achieve a huge feat,” she said.
Adeebah believes that it is very important to work hard to achieve that position.
“Till my 10th standard, I was studying in New Era Public School, after which I took admission in GGHSS Kothibagh for 11th and 12th standard,” she said.
Adeebah has bagged the first position in the Arts stream by securing 99.2 percent marks.

Another topper Sahila Nabi from Faculty of Home Science also says that she only had attended the online classes during her 12th standard academia.
“I never went for the tuition and all that I got today is out of the online classes only,” she said.
Sahila, a resident of Eidgah area of Srinagar said that her parents had always supported her in making decisions regarding her studies.

“ My dad is dealing with Pashmina art and when I was enrolled in the GGHSS Kothibagh, he had given me a task to become a topper in my stream,” she said.
Sahila said, “Today I feel proud because I not only secured the top position in home science, but also completed my task which my father had given me.”
She says that in her 10th standard exams, she had bagged distinction by securing 454 marks. 

This time I have secured 99 percent marks in my 12th standard. “That time I was studying in Eidgah.”
Likewise, another student from faculty of Science at Kashmir Harvard Educational Institute Naseem Bagh Srinagar Arusa Parvaiz has secured 99.8 percent marks in the annual regular results of 12th standard.

“I had no strategy in studying for the 12th standard because COVID-19 disrupted the schedule for exam preparations,” she said.

Arusa said that the students were all dependent on online classes. “The schedule or the timing I followed one day used to change the following day.”
She said that with time, she got guidance from her teachers as to how she can manage to prepare for the exams accordingly.
“I followed the same and that’s the major reason of my success” Arusa said.

She said, “If you dream of anything to come true, one needs to keep the passion alive within.”
Arusa believes that the major changes were coming in the society wherein the male students are lagging behind in academics.
“Education is very important for both male and female students but I would suggest that boys should work hard and not to lag behind,” she said.
Arusa is now preparing for the engineering exams. “I look to my future in engineering only.”

Talking about the difference between virtual mode of learning and physical academics, Arusa said, “Offline education is more effective than the online mode. In the virtual mode, many doubts remain and do not clear immediately.”
Similarly, the topper of faculty of Commerce, Tabinda Jan from Kashmir Harvard Educational Institute has secured 99.4 percent marks.
Tabinda says that nothing is impossible provided but hard work and dedication and passion.

She says that her father is a chartered accountant and she was inspired by him in opting for the commerce stream.
Tabinda, a resident of Soura Srinagar said, “Teachers and parents had a lot of expectations from me and I feel blessed to keep their expectations.”
“ I am following the footprints of my father and I am preparing for the Charted Accounts,” she said.(RISINGKASHMIR) 

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