A minor ran away from home with her lover, her parents did not allow her to enter the house, now she has completed 12th standard in a shelter home. IG News

The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education Class 12 result has completely changed the life story of a student living in a children’s home. About 2 years ago, this student ran away from home.

However, when the police recovered the student and brought her home, her parents refused to keep her. After this, the authorities sent the girl to an orphanage, where she continued her studies.

According to a Times of India report, the student topped her class and secured 945 marks out of 1,000. She says, “A month or two ago, I started talking to my parents. They were happy with my numbers and asked me to go back home.

A minor girl who left home for her love and now has topped 12th. Inspired by Indian-American astronaut Sunita Williams, she wanted to study aeronautical engineering at the age of 16.

More than 25 orphans and other children of the shelter who scored good marks in this year’s SSC and Intermediate examinations. The topper in her school said, “I didn’t really think if I would go back home, I wanted to do B.Com first as it would enable me to study and get a side job in accountancy. I want to go back home after work.”

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