Divyanshi Jain has created history by bringing 600 out of 600 to the CBSE Board's 12th examination. Lucknow's 17-year-old students have received full numbers in English, Sanskrit, History, Economics and Insurance. His geography exam was cancelled due to Covid-19. Though CBSE has not yet announced its merit list, it is decided that Divyanshi will be among the toppers.
Divyanshi said: 'I knew that I would score well but I was also surprised to see the result. Divyanshi said that it helped her a lot by regularly making daily revisions and notes. She said, "If I had missed the studies one day, I would have completed it the next day." Divyanshi is interested in music, reading and philosophy. Divyanshi said, "I tried to understand every subject that was in my favour." Divyanshi now wants to study history further and has also applied for this at Delhi University.
She wants to read history and wants to know the history of the country. Divyanshi says, "I don't know what I want to do in my life, but for now I want to read history." She says she wants to pursue a career in history and has to read a lot about the history of the country. She said: 'I want to say that the highest number is not necessarily brought. It is important to give 100%. I used to study from NCERT books.
After her success as a student at the city's Navy Ug Radiance School, people from the neighbourhood and acquaintances from the school are constantly congratulating them, people are sweetening their mouths. At the same time, there is an influx of congratulatory at his house.
Divyanshi is congratulated by the former UP chief minister and Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav. On Twitter, Akhilesh wrote: 'Many congratulations to Lucknow student Divyanshi Jain who got 100% marks in the intermediate examination of CBSE board and best wishes for a bright future.' According to the information, she is a student of Navyug Radiance Public School. CBSE has topped All India by getting 600 marks out of 600. Her father Rakesh Prakash Jain is a businessman who owns a shop in Ganeshganj. Divya's mother, Seema Jain, is a homemaker.