Reeja Mary Jaison she just says work hard and be happy with the result...she is telling us to be flexible with the results....the sad indian education system says quite contrary to what she said....pressurise urself and if u cant achieve it u r of no use....that is y students commit suicide...her mentality has to b inculcated for a stress free life
tim cook wow looser.....i can understand the bitterness in your comment must have come from your failure....when u cant work hard shut that disgusting mouth and sit....she unlike many toppers is humble...calling her moty doesnt make u better....learn manners first,marks are not more important than manners....in your case u have neither of them....
I agree that she is passionate about pcm, but what about other students? what if they r interested in something else? a school should help children find their passion and not compell them to follow established curriculum or test. they should be free to follow their passion or find the same if they dont already know it. just imagine a doctor giving the same medicine to all his patients; the results would be devastating, right? if we want to truly develop, we need creative, passionate ppl from diverse fields of knowledge.
shit people why engineering u choose always this field if u jave so good marks why dont want to go in ISRO or NASA or any other intresting field what will u do in engineering u think u will be steve jobs after engineering no to be like that u have to be creative and logical this is the problem with teenagers today if u know u r good at studies doesn't mean u will have good carrier stupid peoples
muscKU ' she isnt proud...she is so modest....i dont know y u have a problem with her wanting to b an engineer....thats her decision....u go to NASA(but learn proper english first and go....i dont like hurting u...but u deserve it for spewing hate with ur comment)
Rahul Sharma she has such down to earth nature and u say this....all the difference between u and her is clearly visible...and even more clear who is a role model....she is...not because she topped...but because she is so sorted
congo but i wana say tht sirf kitabein hi nii extra curricular mei b dhayan do do som physique, 10 ghante OMG !!!!! ek answer 3baar se zyada ajj tak ni padha stll cleared my PG thks GOD, tumne tho padh k paass kiya thr r many such ppl jo bina padhe hi pass hotey hai not like ruby rai n saurav shreshtha but ek glance mei understading ka jadoo hota haii like my brother n i wana congradulate them also ek din pahele wale n ek glance mei padhne wale thy are also truely talented
bc ,mere sirf 65.66 ℅ hai aur mere saare dosto ke 75-83% tak aaye hai,abb soch ra hu maine pahle kyu ni pade,saaale haramkhor khud to padh liye mujhe pata bhi ni chala,now i accept its my result as what i have made it,want to study again,
yes you are right... when people study we dont even get that or realize that they are studying... i too have had the same experience... they just act front of us... and they are something else behind the curtain... and now forget the past, cut the future and live in the present... whatever stream you are in, focus on that... and give your 100%.. dont expect the results.. it will be fruitful.. go on.. if u want that life u are always dreaming off
i wana say to you tht an avg student hi sab kar sakta hai jaise exta curricular activities jo ek topper kabi aise life ni jee sakda baad mei in life it all remains as documents jo sirf ek company mei jake honge submit aur baadmei koi ni palat k bhi poochegaa so its ok n dost tho kaminee hotey haai ab see pado lo aur dusron ko padne se disturb karo
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