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Trishna Roy from Belakoba Tops in Higher Secondary Exams in Rajganj Assembly

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Rajganj, May 09 (Siliguri Journal) – Trishna Roy, a student from Belakoba, has achieved the highest position in the latest higher secondary exams in the area, scoring an impressive 479 marks. She attends Belakoba Girls’ High School and dreams of becoming a BDO in the future through WBCS preparations.

Trishna, the youngest daughter of Kusumeshwar Roy, resides in Malipara within the Shikarpur Gram Panchayat of Rajganj. Her parents, her mother working in the tea industry and her father running a small business, support their family of five, including three daughters. Despite facing financial challenges, Trishna’s perseverance and dedication have propelled her to remarkable success in the higher secondary exams. Both her family and teachers are thrilled with her outstanding academic achievement.

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On Thursday, Prasenjit Dey, President of the Belakoba Girls High School Management Association, paid a visit to Trishna’s home to extend his congratulations with flowers and sweets. Trishna, visibly elated by her achievement, expressed her determination to pursue her dream of becoming a BDO after preparing for WBCS exams.

Trishna’s mother, Rina Roy, shared her immense joy in her daughter’s success, emphasizing Trishna’s ambition to become a BDO. Speaking about their family’s financial situation, Rina mentioned that any form of support, whether from the government or private sector, would greatly aid Trishna in pursuing her dream.

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Sk Sahiluddin
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Sk Sahiluddin is a seasoned journalist and media professional with a passion for delivering accurate and impactful news coverage to a global audience. As the Editor of Siliguri Journal, he plays a pivotal role in shaping the editorial direction and ensuring the highest journalistic standards are upheld.
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