Karnataka topper in science wants to be scientist

Karnataka topper in science wants to be scientist

Submitted by alvin on Wed, 2016-05-25 21:02 Bengaluru: Like every year, girls have topped the II PU exams in all three streams - Science, Arts and Commerce.Rakshita T, a second PU science student, is the state topper in the science stream with 596 marks. A student of VVS Sardar Patel PU College in Basaveshwar Nagar, Bengaluru, Rakshita scored a centum in Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Electronics.“I have always been a last bencher and studied from day one. I never expected that I will top the state. I want to be a scientist,” said Rakshita.Naturally, her father Thaman JP, an engineer, and mother Pankaja, a home maker, are elated. Two arts students want to be IFS and IAS officersTania Martha Thomas, II PU arts student from Christ College, Bengaluru, has been placed second in the state with 580 marks.Tania said she is looking forward to begin her UPSC preparations. “I want to become an IFS officer and represent my nation,” she said.Her father Thomas is a businessman and Mother Tabidha is a copy editor.Anushree BG from Mount Carmel PU College in Bengaluru scored the third highest marks in the arts stream in the state. Daughter of Ganesh Babu, an engineer, and mother Radha, Anushree wants to be an IAS officer.“I had put in lot of hard work and expected to be first in the college in arts. I want to be an IAS officer and serve my nation. Further I will take Political Science, Economics and Sociology in degree,” she said. ‘Want to be CA’Chayshree G, who stood second in the state in commerce with 594 marks, scored a centum in  Accountancy, Economics, Maths, Statistics and 99 in Sanskrit and 97 in English. A student of MES PU college in Malleshwaram, Chayashree wants to be a chartered accountant. Her father Venugopal is an automobile engineer and mother Yashoda is a home maker.Deeksha Nayak, a student of Mahaveer Jain College in Bengaluru, scored 594 marks with a centum in Accountancy, Business Studies, Maths, Statistics, Sanskrit and 99 in English.