Recently the CBSE declared the Class 12 results on basis of an alternate evaluation policy after the exams were suspended in view of the pandemic. As per the updates, the students recorded the highest ever pass rate of 99.37 in this year’s class 12 results with girls surpassing boys by a slight margin of 0.54 per cent. Ansuiya, who hails from Badera village in Uttar Pradesh’s Mahoba district, has scored 100 percent marks in the CBSE Class 12 board results which were announced today. Notably, Ansuiya is the only member who went to school till Class 12 in the family and cleared exams successfully.
Let us tell you that as per the report, Ansuiya got selected by a free residential school for economically deprived children named VidyaGyan in Bulandshahr district after Class 5. However, Ansuiya is now hoping to get a chance to study in a college if she gets a scholarship. She aims to become an IAS officer. “I want to become an officer and reach a point where I can bring change in my area. Bundelkhand is a remote area. We have many problems here. If I have got chance to study, I will want to spread awareness in the area,” she told media.
Talking about online classes, Ansuiya said, “Online education was very difficult for me. In our area, we have long power cuts and patchy internet connections. I do not have a laptop. My school used to send study material on WhatsApp which I downloaded whenever I had a network and studied and re-studied it. My pre-boards had gone well, so I was confident about getting a good score but never thought will get 100 percent marks.” Anusiya said she lost her brother one of her brothers four years back due to a lack of a proper healthcare system in her area. She added that her father works as a laborer, while her mother is a homemaker.