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Farmer’s Daughter Tops Karnataka SSLC Exam with a Perfect 625/625 Marks

Farmer's Daughter Tops Karnataka SSLC Exam with a Perfect 625/625 Marks

Farmer’s Daughter Tops Karnataka SSLC Exam with a Perfect 625/625 Marks

Ankita Basappa Konnur, a 15-year-old student from Bagalkote district, has made an impressive accomplishment by clinching the first place in the Karnataka Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) exam. She achieved a flawless score of 625 out of 625 marks. Attending Morarji Desai Residential School-Mudhol, Ankita dreams of becoming an IAS officer in the future.

Konnur expressed her joy over her achievement, stating, “I’m really pleased with my performance. I maintained a consistent study routine without overwhelming myself or staying up late. This approach helped me manage any stress effectively. Moving forward, I intend to pursue science in Pre-University.”

Her English teacher Vinayak Mantor described her as a bright student who stays well-informed with current affairs. She actively participated in public speaking and quiz contests. Recently, she clinched the top spot in a public speaking competition where she spoke about Chandrayaan-3. “Ankita has been a student at our school since sixth grade. She is always updated with global events and is quick to grasp new concepts. In her free time, she enjoys researching online and expanding her knowledge,” Mantor mentioned.

He also highlighted that Ankita didn’t need to study for long hours daily, like 10 to 14 hours. This accomplishment was a result of the support from her family, teachers, and others. Mantor shared his delight, mentioning that while she aimed for 99 per cent marks, she is satisfied with a perfect score of 100 per cent.

In Dakshina Kannada, Chinmay GK achieved an impressive score of 624 marks. He attributed his success to the support and guidance of his parents, Malini Hegde and Ganesha Ramachandra Bhat, who are both teachers.

Among the top 10 SSLC candidates, three students from Bengaluru have made their mark. Medha Shetty secured 624 marks, while Sourav Kaushik and Ankita Anand Andewadikar both scored 623 marks. It’s great to see Bengaluru’s rankings improving since 2023, with Bengaluru South moving up from 33 to 12, and Bengaluru North moving up from 32 to 14.



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