Own Correspondent, TDN World, Kolkata: In CBSC exam Bengal’s Malda district has drawn national attention. Sumaita Laisa earned probable third position in the country. In class 10 board exam she begged probable third rank in the country, and in Bengal she is probable topper. She secured 99.5 percent marks. A Student of Usha Martin School. She has been studying in this school since third standard. She has always topped in her school. Sumaita’s school teachers are also very glad with her performance. Principal Sakhar Chakraborty said, ” we are very with Sumaita’s result. We knew that she will outdo in the exam. It is a great achievement to become amongst the third rankers in the country. We arel proud of her.”
In total Sumaita scored 597. She got 99 in English, 99 in Bangla, 100 in Math, 99 in Science, and 100 in each Social Science and Foundation of IT. Here, in their
Vivekananda palli apartment, diacends an festive atmosphere. Sumaita was being offered sweet one after another. Her father Sahidul Islam talked over phone. He was then in Gazole, at his homeopathy chamber busy in conducting patients. Sumaita’s mother Kohinoor Islam manages the house-hold Duty. She was taking phone-calls, answering to the greetings coming from the well-wishers. Sumaita has two siblings, one sister, and one brother. She is the eldest child of the family. Her younger sister Ruimata studies in class nine while her brother Abrar is a student of class one. They both goe to Usha Martin School.
This year 18.19 lakh students sat for CBSC class ten exam. Amongst them Sumaita secured the probable third rank along with few others. While asked about her future goal, Sumaita expressed that she wants to become a doctor. She is waiting for her admission test result in Aligarh University. If she is offered opportunity to study abroad, what will be her decision, she said, ” I don’t have any plan to go abroad, staying here at my homeland I want to help our fellow Indian with medical treatment. This year 24 students had appeared for class 10 board exam from this school. Among them nine students have secured 90, six students above 80 percent, five students above 70 percent, and rest four students above 60 percent.