Bihar Board Class 12 Topper Could not Study Subjects of Choice due to Poverty, Aims at Changing Education System

Kailash Kumar is the one male scholar to have topped in Bihar Board class 12 exams. Kumar has obtained 463 marks out of 500 within the arts stream, nonetheless, arts was not his first selection.

Speaking to information, the 18-year-old mentioned, “I aspired to pursue my studies in science stream. I still read up books prescribed to my friends who have opted for non-medical, however, I could not opt for it as science students need coaching classes which would have meant more fees to be paid by my father. Thus I decided on studying arts.”

Kailash’s father is the one breadwinner within the household of 5. The household owns a small piece of land which they needed to mortgage to an area lender for money to assist the marriage of the eldest sister and training for Kailash and his youthful sister, he knowledgeable. Now his father works at an area petrol pump to complement his revenue.

“The family circumstance had made me make a choice related to my education but I want to change things for the better and hope to work enough that my sister does not have to do the same. I would support her studies and ensure she gets a better environment which is more conducive to studies that I could not get,” mentioned the topper. His youthful sister is at the moment learning at school 8.

Kumar had determined that he wouldn’t accept something lower than rank 1 in intermediate exams whereas making an attempt his class 10 paper. “In my class 10 exam, I was writing my paper but my teacher snatched the answer booklet from me. I asked her to give me extra time but she did not. I lost eight marks due to this. I was mocked by others who claimed that I was acting as if I would have topped the exam. At that minute I had decided that I would indeed top my boards and started preparing since,” recollects {the teenager}.

He mentioned that for his preparation he didn’t research for lengthy hours however ensured that for as many hours as he research he does “not waste even a minute”. “I used to give about five hours to my studies daily and during these five hours, I used to study continuously without losing my focus,” he mentioned.

Sooner or later in my life when I’ve sufficient funds, I’d open a faculty that gives not solely research but additionally steerage to college students like me, mentioned the topper

He now goals to crack UPSC civil companies examination and aspires to alter the training system in India. “I would put my heart and soul in cracking UPSC exam, I know it is a difficult paper. Since I have got a good rank I will take admission in a college locally where my fee would not be as much. I would start preparing for the UPSC from now on. Once I become an IAS I would make policies that would change the education system to support students who come from rural families. Even if I don’t clear UPSC, I would still become a teacher and at some point in my life when I have enough finances, I would open a school that provides not only study but also guidance to students like me.”

As a reward for his efficiency within the board exams, Kailash shall be given Rs 1 lakh and a laptop computer from BSEB, nonetheless, he’s involved about the price of the web to assist the laptop computer and needs he might get profession steerage to place the cash to proper use.

“I am happy that I will get the laptop as I wish to study further and this would help me get access to a lot of free content via the internet. I would enroll in online classes to prepare for IAS,” mentioned Kailash, whereas including, “In my area, online education has some issues, we have long power cuts and sometimes we do not have enough money to support internet. I had to face these issues while studying on my mobile phone during the pandemic. I request the government to support us with career guidance so we can spend the money rightly.”

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