This is the second success story from Dornapal. Last year, the Asian Age had reported that Maya Kashyap cleared the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test and got admission in Ambikapur medical college.
A young girl from Dornapal village in Naxal-hit district of Sukma in Chhattisgarh has become an engineer. ANI reports that the girl has also got a job in South Africa. Speaking to ANI, Rani Rai said: “I belong to a middle-class family which is financially not that sound. Difficulties were there but I continued my study with the support of my parents.”
Rani did primary education from Dornapal. She did her intermediate from Raipur, the capital city of Chhattisgarh. “After that, I got selected in Shankaracharya Engineering college. There were financial hardships but my father sold land to fund my education,” she told ANI.
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This is the second success story from Dornapal. Last year, the Asian Age had reported that Maya Kashyap cleared the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test and got admission in Ambikapur medical college. She will be the first doctor from Dornapal after completing MBBS in 2023.
Kashyap too had studied in a government school.
Sukma is one of the least developed districts of the country. The district is one of the most illiterate districts of India with a literacy rate of only 31 per cent.