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Success a journey not destination: Sat
5/14/2023 10:16:32 PM

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Jammu, May 14: Aishvika Gupta, a student of Presentation Convent School, Jammu scored 94.4 % in recently declared Class 10th exam results of CBSE. A felicitation program was organized to honor her for making the society proud of her achievement. Former Minister Sat Sharma (CA) honoured her in presence of a large number of people at Talab Tillo area of Jammu. He was also accompanied by UT Secretary BJP Ayodhya Gupta, Mandal President BJP Keshav Chopra, CA Lalit Gupta (father of Aishvhika), BJP Medical Cell Convenor Puneet Mahajan, Dr Rajinder Gupta and many others.
Speaking on the occasion, Sat Sharma said that children are the future of our country and her felicitation will remind all other students that their hard work will always be acknowledged and honoured, thereby motivating other students to put in their best efforts in their academic endeavors, he added. He lauded Aishvika for her resilience and commitment to excel in the exams. He also complimented her parents and teachers for their countless efforts in ensuring that Aishvika worked hard to achieve this success. Sharma also advised the youngsters that “Success is a Journey and not a Destination” and asked them to work hard to fulfil their future endeavours. Aishvika Gupta thanked the Former Minister and others who honoured her and said that she wants to do a 5 year LLB from National Law University and then wants to prepare for UPSC exams to serve the nation. She also appealed to youngsters to focus on hard work in their respective streams.
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