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Noreen Rahman Borooah danced her way to excel in CBSE exam

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Noreen Rahman Borooah, topper of Don Bosco School, Pan Bazar, Guwahati in the CBSE’s Class 12th examination is also a talented Bharatnatyam dancer.  Noreen who did her ‘Arangetram’ – a debut on-stage performance of a student of Indian classical dance and music, just before starting the Class 12 final exam this year, says that dancing can help you to maintain a positive approach during your preparation and also during your exams.

Speaking to Awaz-The Voice Noreen said that dance like Bharatnatyam helps to control anxiety level and prevent panic setting in a student before the exam.

“For a higher level of concentration, one may prefer to sit and prepare in isolation. After spending hours in confinement for a higher level of attention, the student may start to feel stressed. Dance is one of the best ways to relieve your stress instantly,” Noreen said.

Noreen performing on the stage

Noreen has scored aggregate marks of 97% in the Humanities stream and become the school topper in Don Bosco School, Pan Bazar, one of the oldest missionary schools in the North East. She has secured 99 out of 100 in English.

“I do not want to attribute only hard work to my success. The beliefs of my parents and teachers in me have played a pivotal role in boosting my confidence and excel in the exams. Teachers in my school used to tell me that I was made for big things which motivated me extremely,” Noreen, who is also interested in swimming, writing, and leadership training activities, said.

 Noreen, who will pursue Psychology as a major subject in her graduation and post-graduation levels in one of the top bracket institutions either in India or abroad, said that she is very much interested in reading in peoples’ minds. She said that Psychology in broader terms is very much an integral part of medical science and healthcare systems.

Noreen receiving a certificate for her perfomance

“In the present day society, mental health has become equally important like physical health. In fact mental well-being leads to physical well-being,” Noreen said.  Her father Mustafa Sazid Borooah is an engineer and her mother Morzina Begum is in the teaching profession.

Like the previous years, Don Bosco School has once again excelled in the CBSE exam results. In the Class 12 exam science stream results Ayushman Ghosal and Ashlesha Sarma are the school toppers with 96.80% aggregate mark. In the Commerce stream, Dhruv LUnia and Shaurya Jain scored 96.80% aggregate marks. Altogether 95 students scored more than 90% marks and 82 scored more than 80% marks.

In the Class X exam results, Dhrubaneel Baruah is the school topper with 97.80% aggregate marks. While 72 students scored above 90% marks, 69 students scored above 80% marks.

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The Rector and Principal of Don Bosco School Father Sebastian Matthew said that his school has always been emphasizing to enable their students to excel in academics and other fields. “We take a holistic approach to develop talents of students in different fields,” Fr. Sebastian said.

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