Woow ! Former Miss India Pankhuri Gidwani scores 97.25 % in her Class 12th board exams !

Our parents suggests us to keep a distance from movies, cinema and fashion as it is a biggest hurdle in our studies.But it is not a reality in 21st century.

A former Miss India  second runner-up Pankhuri Gidwani who hails from Lucknow has scored, 97.25 % in her Class 12th ISC  exams.

She is a student of La Martiniere Girls’ College in Lucknow, Gidwani had to miss her board exams in 2016 to participate in the contest, but she resumed her studies after a gap of one year.

As we all know the life of Miss India is so glamorous, it’s difficult to cope with the studies and pass out with flying colors.

But if we have dedication, commitment and determination than impossible is just merely a word.

Soon after the results were declared, Gidwani took to Facebook to announce her fantastic score and express her excitement on the accomplishment. In the post, Gidwani also spoke about the difficulties she faced in coping up with her studies after the long gap and took the opportunity to motivate and encourage everyone to pursue their dreams.

Her facebook post read “97.25 it is.So there is something i would like all my friends and followers to know 🙂 i had missed my board examinations for participating in Miss India(at 18) and after winning Miss India 2nd Runners Up i had to train for Miss Grand International and received the 25th position out of 80 countries.After coming back from the pageant,i battled a number of hard situations,one of them getting adjusted to studying again after a year of glamour.I put my all into it,and this is the result i came forth with 🙂 So all the people out there who think that something they want is impossible to accomplish,whether it is academics,your dreams or the love you want,you can achieve it all,just have the grit, determination and a true heart to pursue it all”.

 

97.25 it is.So there is something i would like all my friends and followers to know 🙂 i had missed my board…

Posted by Pankhuri Gidwani on Monday, 29 May 2017

 

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