Seraikela, July 8: Farmer’s son Dadhi Gope has come out of flying colours in the Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) class 10 exam, the result of which was announced on Wednesday, July 8 afternoon by Education Minister Jaggarnath Mahto and JAC chairman Arvind Prasad. Dadhi Gope, son of farmer Gunadhar Gope scored 91.60 per cent and topped Tiruldih. Resident of Chauda village under Kukdu division of Saraikela Kharsawan District scored 99 in Mathematics, 98 in Hindi, 95 in Science, 92 in English, 74 in Sanskrit and 72 in Social Science. Dadhi is a student of Tiruldih High School and has made his parents and the village proud. He got 17th rank in the entire Saraikela Kharsawan District. As the result was announced Dadhi couldn’t control his excitement and went straight to his parents who jumped with joy on their son’s success. “We are proud of our son’s achievement and hope he continues to shine and make his village and school proud. He must continue with the hard work in class 12 and graduation thereafter so that he can stand in his own feat and become a good teacher which he dreams of becoming,” said Dadhi’s parents.
Dadhi Gope father Gunadhar Gope is a farmer but also works as a mason to earn a living. His mother Mangali Gope is a housewife. Dadhi gave credits for his success to school and tuition teachers. Dadhi want to become a teacher and build a better, fairer society that is free from poverty.
It may be noted that the Jharkhand Academic Council (JAC) on Wednesday declared the results of Class 10 with a total of 75.01 per cent passing the board examination.