Abhijeet Sharma topped in 10th class
Abhijeet Sharma is a 10th class student of Ramkrishna Mission Public School located in Bistupur, Jamshedpur. Abhijeet has got the distinction of being the topper not only in the district but also in the entire Jharkhand. Apart from Abhijeet, a total of 6 children have been declared toppers in the Jharkhand Board 10th results. In which Abhijit Sharma, resident of Jamshedpur, Tanu Kumari, Tanya Sah, Riya Kumari, Nisha Verma and Nishu Kumari are included. State topper Abhijeet is the only son of his parents.
barely manages household expenses
Abhijeet Sharma lives with his family in a small rented house in Block No 4 of Shastri Nagar, Jamshedpur. The expenses of Abhijeet’s family also meet with great difficulty. If Abhijeet’s father Akhilesh Sharma is to be believed, he distributes newspapers from door to door in the morning to run the household expenses. After this, roaming the city, street and street, he works as a carpenter. The wages he gets from the carpenter’s work are used for the expenses of the house and education of his son. However, many times Akhilesh had to take a loan for Abhijeet’s studies.
Abhijit Sharma’s father has a debt of 50 thousand rupees
According to media reports, the son (Abhijeet) has a debt of 50 thousand heads till now including school fees, education expenses. For Abhijeet’s father Akhilesh Sharma, who runs the family by adding straw, this debt is no less than a mountain. So at the same time, Abhijit never took any hesitation in studies and continued to study with full dedication even in the absence of resources. So right there, now Abhijeet’s father tells that today he is proud of his son. Whatever hard work has to be done for his studies, he will continue to do so.
Abhijeet’s dream of becoming an IAS
Abhijeet Sharma, who scored 490 out of 500 said, “He was confident that he would clear the matriculation examination with good marks, but did not think that he would become a Jharkhand topper.” According to the news of news agency ANI, Abhijeet Sharma wants to study further and become an IAS officer. Told that in relation to the preparation of the 10th board exam, he told that he used to study for about seven to eight hours every day. Abhijeet also told that his father is taking loan and teaching him. At present, he has enrolled in 11th class in Baldwin Farm Area School located in Kadma, Jamshedpur.