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Children of a farmer, these twin siblings from Karnataka scored A+ in SSLC exams

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Children of a farmer, these twin siblings from Karnataka scored A+ in SSLC exams

Sudhanva B S is only one minute elder to Sujanya B S. However, he is not only a minute elder however has additionally scored one per cent greater than her sister within the SSLC board examination.

While Sudhanva secured 91% (446), Sujanya secured 90% (439). Children of Srinivas B M, a ragi farmer of Bettenahalli village within the Bengaluru Rural district, the duo didn’t anticipate that they’d safe the 90% goal. From milking the cow collectively to getting ready for the exams collectively, the dual siblings all the time make sure that they stand in help of one another.

Speaking to The Indian Express, Sujanya, a pupil of the Government High School Jalige within the Devanahalli taluk, stated, “My brother and I study together from 6 pm-10 pm and 5 am to 7:30 am. We both study the same subject together and share our ideas with each other. We were really worried about the marks because it was our first board exam. But we were happy after hearing the results. I think focusing on Science and Mathematics is very critical because going ahead, the performance in these subjects will be the gate passes for higher studies.”

Talking about how they tackled Covid-19, Sudhanva stated, “The pandemic did not hamper our studies at all. My sister and I were all on our own focusing on our studies and improving on subjects that we felt were a challenge for us.”

Gireesh, a arithmetic instructor, stated, “The twins are very obedient and are supportive of each other. Although a lot of their friends team up to cycle to school, the duo always comes together. In fact, they don’t have a smartphone and they have worked on assignments using the smartphone of their classmate, who is a neighbour.”

An emotional Srinivas stated, “Being a farmer, I earn only Rs 30,000 in a year. It is really tough for me to help my children financially. I did not expect them to score so well. But they have proved me wrong.”