Kashmiri Girls Shine Bright: Exceptional Results In 10th-Grade Exams

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A wave of pride and celebration sweeps through Pulwama and Shopian districts in south Kashmir as girl students shine brightly in their recent 10th-grade examinations. The results were announced last Thursday and have brought commendation to government and private schools across the region.

Mohsina Binti Maqbool leads the pack from Wandakpora village in Pulwama, a student at Government High School Goripora. Mohsina's achievement is nothing short of spectacular—an impressive 99.2 percentile. Her success is credited to a rigorous study routine that began early in the academic year, focusing on Mathematics and Science in the mornings and dedicating evenings to other subjects. Surpassing her expectations, Mohsina scored a remarkable 496 out of 500 marks. She attributes her triumph to the unwavering support of her teachers and uncle and now aims to pursue a medical career, setting her sights on the NEET exam in 2026.

Equally impressive is Shahzadi Lareba from Keegam village in Shopian, a student at Solace International High School Drussu Pulwama, who secured a noteworthy 99 percentile. Shahzadi's success story is built on disciplined revision and a well-structured study routine covering all subjects daily. Her dedication paid off with an impressive score of 495 marks, surpassing her target of 490. Beyond academics, Shahzadi finds motivation in sports, prayers, and meditation as she aspires to become a doctor and prepares rigorously for the NEET exam.

Adding to the accolades is Gousia Nisar from Murran village, studying at Al Habeeb Modern High School Pulwama, who achieved a notable 98.6 percentile with a score of 493 out of 500 marks. Gousia's journey was marked by dedicated eight-hour study sessions daily, underpinned by consistency and the strength of prayers. Post-graduation, she plans to pursue a career in civil services, driven by a desire to contribute meaningfully to society as mentioned in a report by Rising Kashmir.