15-year-old battles heart disease to achieve 100% Karnataka SSLC grades, aims to become CA


Gangamma Basappa Hudeda, a 15-year-old girl from Bagalkot district in northern Karnataka, scored 625 out of 625 points in the SSLC exams, the results of which were announced on Monday. His persistence in studying despite a congenital heart problem won hearts.

Gangamma comes from a middle-class family, her mother is an ASHA worker and her father is an electrician. A student at Durgadevi high school in Muchakhandi, she obtained full marks in all subjects despite studying entirely at home without any tuition fees. She dreams of being a chartered accountant.

Karnataka’s new Water Resources Minister Govind Karjol, who was previously minister in charge of Bagalkot district, spoke with doctors from the first Jayadeva Heart Institute in Bengaluru to expand expert medical assistance to treat his heart and breathing problems. He also spoke with district health officials to periodically monitor his health.

In Karnataka SSLC Result, a total of 157 students achieved the maximum mark or 625 out of 625. Last year, only six students were able to achieve the maximum mark. Over 1,28,931 students achieve A + grades, a total of 2,500,317 students have passed the A grade and a majority of students, 2,87,684 lakh receive a B grade. A total of 13,610 lakh students have achieved a C grade in the Karnataka SSLC results.

while most states canceled their exams, Karnataka held SSLC in a new format. The students took the exams over two days. The KSEEB organized exams for the main subjects. Mathematics, science and social studies exams have been merged into one test while all language subjects have been merged into one. Students had to write offline in the MCQ model. The exams took place on July 19 and 22. The Karnataka Board of Trustees organized the exam stating that these students did not pass the Class 9 exam and therefore would be two consecutive years of assessment without exam.

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