UP student hospitalized after fainting upon receiving high grades in boards result

Anshul Kumar, a student at Maharishi Dayanand Inter College Modipuram, Meerut, had been eagerly awaiting his results, hoping for a positive outcome. However, his elation soon turned to distress upon viewing his remarkable score.

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Satyam Singh
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In a heartrending incident, a 16-year-old student from Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, experienced a rollercoaster of emotions after achieving an outstanding score of 93.5% in his UP Board Class 10 exams. Anshul Kumar, a student at Maharishi Dayanand Inter College Modipuram, Meerut, had been eagerly awaiting his results, hoping for a positive outcome. However, his elation soon turned to distress upon viewing his remarkable score.

Distressing incident

Anshul's joy quickly turned to shock and alarm as he suddenly collapsed upon seeing his exceptional result. His family, taken aback by this sudden turn of events, immediately sprung into action to assist him. Despite their efforts to revive him at home, Anshul's condition did not improve, prompting his family to rush him to the nearest hospital.

Family's concerns

Sunil Kumar, Anshul's father, who works as a contract worker at the post office, expressed deep concern over his son's sudden collapse. The family was eagerly anticipating celebrating Anshul's academic achievement, only to be met with worry and uncertainty due to his unexpected health scare. However, with timely medical intervention, Anshul's condition stabilized, bringing a sense of relief to his loved ones.

Aftermath and reflection

Anshul's sudden collapse amidst the joy of academic success serves as a poignant reminder of the immense pressures students face during result times. As Anshul continues his recovery journey, his story highlights the need for holistic support systems to ensure the well-being of students, both academically and emotionally.

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On Sunday, April 20, the results of the UP Board Class 10 and 12 exams were finally announced. In the UPMSC Class 10th and 12th, respectively, Prachi Nigam and Shubham Verma came in first. Uttar Pradesh Madhamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSO) conducted the examination.