Bihar Board Class 10 topper Himanshu Raj used to sell vegetables with father to afford studies

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Bihar Board Class 10 results were declared sharp at 12:30 pm on Tuesdays, May 26, 2020. Himanshu Raj, who is a son of a farmer, has secured the first position with 481 marks, i.e. 96.20 per cent. After countless obstacles on his way, he shone bright with his hard work, defying poverty and similar problems in Rohtas, Bihar.

Unlike other students, Himanshu had gone a mile extra as he was also helping his father, Subhash Singh, sell vegetables in the market along with studies. It would definitely not have been easy for him to top the Bihar Board exam. However, he still used to study for over 14 hours a day.

Father-son power support

Himanshu’s farmer father used to help him in his studies. It is quite exemplary that both father and son are helping each other attain their dreams. Also, Himanshu used to take regular coaching classes.

Himanshu Raj’s Bihar Board Topper’s future plans

Himanshu aspires to become a software engineer and he has already started his journey towards this dream. In short, he has started working on his plan of action, or goal to achieve the big aim in life.

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