Vikash Sharma

It was a dream come true for Shreyashri Jena of Jajpur district as she secured 590 marks out of 600 in the class 10 board or matriculation examination, the results of which were announced by the Board of Secondary Education (BSE) yesterday.

Shreyashri passed the matriculation examination by securing 98.33 percent marks.

“When I came to know about the change in the examination pattern, I was very happy as it gave an opportunity for students to score good marks in both the terms,” said Shreyashri.

Shreyashri wants to become a doctor to serve people.

“Health sector is one of the basic requirements and hence I want to become a doctor so that I will be able to serve people,” said Shreyashri.

Sharing her success mantra, Shreyashri, the matric topper said she did not use to study for long hours. “I always took it as a challenge to complete one chapter in a day so that there was no burden on me. I used to study for three to four hours per day and one and two hours extra during exams,” Shreyashri added.