Snehal Kamble, who secured 100% in 10th class, wish to study Biotechnology from America: Got inspiration to study from Babasaheb Ambedkar

Maharashtra : The results of the 10th examination conducted by the Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education were announced on Wednesday . Snehal Marotarao Kamble, a student of Savitribai Phule Vidyalaya, Sharda Bhuvan Shikshan Sanstha, Nanded, scored 500 marks out of 500 in the Class X examination. Her success appreciated across the state.

Snehal’s father is a teacher in a government ashram school in Kinwat taluka and mother is a homemaker. Snehal Kamble’s marksheet went viral on social media after the results came out n Wednesday. Since then, her success has appreciated across the state.

Snehal Kamble with his parents and Social Worker Rahul Pradhan team

Dr. Harshdeep Kamble (IAS), State Industry Development Commissioner, interacted with Snehal Kamble and her parents on Thursday. He also asked Snehal what she would like to study. She said she wanted to go to the US to pursue a career in biotechnology. Afterwards, Dr. Harshdeep Kamble wished Snehal all the best for his future and promised to do whatever it required to get an education in the United States.

Babasaheb Ambedkar is my inspiration

My father being a teacher, educational environment developed in home and I got interest in study. There was no pressure on me. I studied very happily. I used to study regularly for 10 to 12 hours every day. I love social activities and love to lead. I got information about Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar from my home and I got inspiration to study from Babasaheb Ambedkar. Like Babasaheb, I wants to pursue higher education in the United States and I want to work for upliftment of the society in the future. I was able to succeed today only because of the hard work done by Mahatma Phule and Savitribai Phule for the education of girls,” said Snehal while interacting with DhammaChakra team.

Disclaimer : Snehal Kamble’s interview taken by DhammaChakra team. DhammaChakra.com is popular Buddhist website of Maharashtra. Originally article published in Marathi on dhammachakra.com.

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