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Minor ran away from home with lover, parents refused to adopt, now topped in 12th from shelter home

Khushbu Kumari Jha
Minor ran away from home with lover parents refused to adopt now topped in 12th from shelter home
Minor ran away from home with lover parents refused to adopt now topped in 12th from shelter home

A Class 12 student of Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education, she topped her school while living in a shelter home.

The 12th class result of Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education has completely changed the life story of a girl student living in a children's home. About two years ago, the student ran away from her home when she came to know that her parents had come to know about her relationship. However, when the police recovered the student and brought her home, her parents refused to keep her with them. After this, the authorities sent the girl to a children's home, where she continued her studies. This was the story of the student till the Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education Class 12 results were declared last week.

The parents asked the minor girl to return home

The girl scored 945 marks out of 1,000 to top her class at Kallam Anji Reddy Vocational Junior College, The Times of India reported. He talks, “A month or two ago, I started talking to my parents. They were happy with my number and asked me to return home.” A minor girl who left home for love and now she has topped in 12th. Inspired by Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams, she wants to study aeronautical engineering at the age of 16.

This time more than 25 children passed the 10th and 12th exams in the shelter home. 

There are many stories of hope in the government shelter home in the city. There is another minor girl among them, who has passed the class X examination with a 7.8 CGPA. She wants to join the army in the next four years. More than 25 orphans and other children from the shelter home have scored good marks in this year's SSC and Intermediate exams. The student who topped her school said, “I didn't really think if I would go back home, I want to do B.Com first as it allows me to study and get a side job in accountancy. I want to go back home once I start earning.”

Praised by the parents of the shelter home

Her parents in the shelter home said that she was always smart and never let the trauma of family rejection deter her. She scored full marks in her class 10 final exams but dropped out of school. Because she was afraid that she might lose her love. The minor student said, “I can't really say that if I was with my partner, my studies would have stopped. He knew I loved maths and encouraged me. But of course, I have to work and do everything alone,”