While the world is fast moving towards the nuclear energy, Samridhya Das of Sherwood School, Tura- the topper of this year’s SSLC examination aims to become a scientist as he set his dreams on becoming a nuclear physicist.

Sherwood School, Tura in West Garo Hills bagged the top position in the Secondary School Leaving Certificate (SSLC) examination declared on Friday.  Talking to reporters, Das said, it’s the nuclear energy which will be the future of energy in our planet.

“I am going for science in Don Bosco College, I am very eager to become a nuclear physists,” he said when asked about his future plan.

Asked about the reason for his choice, Samrishya said, “I have studied a lot and have seen in youtube as well about radioactive material and nuclear energy which is the unlimited energy that, when used properly, can accelerate progress across the world and also the job is very interesting.”

Leading a stress free life and study with full concentration was the mantra of the SSLC topper.

“Study and don’t let outside things interfere, when you study you attention must only be in study. Time does not matter whatever we study it should be in the mind, some studies for 8 to 10 hours without paying attention it’s not proper way to study,” Das said.

“Never take stress – a three hours study is more than enough,” he added.

 Samridhya scored 572 marks to bag the top position.

Talking about his hobby, Das said, “I like playing badminton, I go out every evening to play badminton, I sometimes play video game to less extend it doesn’t interfere with my studies.”

By Editor