Rumana Sultana named Brand Ambassador for WB Kanyashree Project
Rumana is the First Kanyashree who ranked top in WB HS
Berhampore, Murshidabad : Rumana Sultana, the topper of WB HS Examination 2021 who got 499 marks out of 500, will be the ‘Brand Ambassador’ of West Bengal ‘Kanyashree’ project, the announcement came from Murshidabad District Magistrate Sharad Kumar Dwivedi on Friday during a reception at Collectorate Auditorium in Baharampore.
“By enlightening the name of Murshidabad, a Kanyashree became the first in West Bengal Higher Secondary examination. She will be the Brand Ambassador of Kanyashree. She will inspire other girls in the district. It is a matter of our pride” the District Magistrate said in a welcome occasion.
District Police Superintendent K Sabri Rajkumar said during the occasion “the name of Murshidabad district has been bright in the past and it will remain bright in future also”
Today, Rumana Sultana and Pritam Chakraborty were invited in a reception party at District Collectorate Auditorium by the Murshidabad District Administration for their success in WB HS Result 2021.
“I want other students in the district to be encouraged by my success” the WB HS topper said after her name announced as the ‘Brand Ambassador’ of Smt. Mamata Baneree’s dream ‘Kanyashree’ project.
However, Rumana Sultana from Kandi in Murshidabad district is the first student in the recent times who has became the unofficial topper in West Bengal Higher Secondary Examination 2021 from the Minority Community. A Student of Raja Manindra Chandra Girls High School in Kandi, Rumana has scored 499 marks out of 500. She had ranked fifth in the 2019 Madhyamik (Secondary) examination by securing 687 marks of 700.
Earlier, After the result announcement, Rumana said to AzadHindNews that “I would have been happier if I could have sat for the exams physically . But considering the coronavirus pandemic situation, we will had to accept the evaluation pattern of the WBCHSE. I had secured good marks both in Madhyamik and Class XI annual exams”
Daughter of a teacher couple, Rumana said that self-study has been the key to her achievement as classes could not be held on a regular basis owing to the pandemic.
Rumana told earlier if she crack NEET, she will go for Medical. But, if not, she will continue her higher education study with Biology and Chemistry as subject combination.