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BSEB 2019 Matric topper wants to become an IAS officer


PATNA: Sawan Raj Bharti, who topped the matriculation exam carried out via the Bihar School Examination Board (BSEB), needs to transform an IAS officer. The result of class X was once announced via the Bihar Board on Saturday and surprisingly, all of the best thre candidates are from Simultala Awasiya Vidyalaya, Jamui.

Sawan, who hails from Banka scored 486 marks out of 500. “I will take re-admission in Simultala for class XI. It is the best college for college students who need to reach their function. The lecturers listed below are very certified and encourage the each scholar,” mentioned the 16-year-old boy.


Born to a farmer Onkar Bharti and home-maker Shabnam Kumari, Sawan has given credit to his lecturers, folks and self-study. “I trustworthy 15 hours for self-study. I never get bored of learning. I like to be told,” he mentioned. His elder sister Anamika Bharti is pursuing BSc.

He added: “I need to transform IAS officer and to paintings for the folks of my village in Rajoun block. The best factor that inspired me to make a choice this trail is the autobiographies of APJ Abdul Kalam, Stephen Hawking and Vashishtha Narayan Singh.”

Rounit Raj, who hails from Nawada district scored 483 marks out of 500 and secured the second one spot in school X exam. He additionally needs transform an IAS officer, and he studied for 12 hours a day to organize for the examination.



He were given admission in Simultala in 2017 in Class IX. “I used to be now not a vivid scholars but lecturers at my college defined the topics in one of these method that I learnt it via middle,” mentioned the boy. He needs to crack the Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) to get admission in premier technical institute in India.

Rounit’s father Ajay Kumar is a central authority college instructor and his mom Rita Kumari is a home-maker. His elder brother is in Class XII and was once additionally making ready for JEE.

Priyanshu Raj, additionally from Simultala is making ready for air force pilot exam. “It is my dream to serve the country. I all the time need to transform an air force pilot and the hot Pulwama assault in Jammu and Kashmir has further strengthened my determination,” he mentioned.




The boy scored 481 marks out of 500. He were given 98 each in Sanskrit and science, 96 each in Hindi and arithmetic and 93 in social studies. Priyanshu’s father Mukesh Kumar Singh works as a labourer in Munger district whilst his mom Rani Devi is a home-maker.


Priyanshu studied best seven hours a day to get the third rank.






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