By Muslim Mirror Staff
New Delhi: Rumana Sultana, a student of the science stream from Kandi Raja Manindra Chandra Girls’ High School from Murshidabad, has obtained the highest marks in West Bengal Higher Secondary exams 2021.
She scored 499 out of 500 marks — 99 in Bengali, 100 in English, 100 in bioscience, 100 in chemistry, 99 in physics, and 100 in maths.
She wants to become a doctor. She hopes to crack the medical entrance exam and if not she plans to study biology.
Rumana comes from a family of teachers. Her father Rabiul Alam is the headmaster of Gaisabad Achala Vidyamandirin Bharatpur, Murshidabad. Mother Sultana Parveen is also a teacher.
Earlier, Zoha Haider from Bhagalpur had topped the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) exam in Bihar with 99.6 per cent marks.