UP Board 12th Exam 2023: Former MLA from Bareilly’s Bithri Chainpur Assembly is also appearing for UP Board 12th exam. Rajesh Mishra had won the election in 2017 on a BJP ticket.
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UP Board 12th Exam 2023: this time up board (UP Board Exam 2023) A different scene is being seen in the examination. On the one hand, where lakhs of students left the exam due to tight security at the examination centers, on the other hand, 51-year-old candidates are also appearing for the 12th examination. UP Board 10th and 12th examinations are starting from 16 February 2023. The exam is being conducted at more than 7400 centers across the state.
On February 16, at an examination center in Bareilly, a 51-year-old candidate was waiting outside the examination center with a writing pad, laminated admit card in hand and a water bottle in the other. He was none other than former BJP MLA Rajesh Mishra alias Pappu Bharatul.
He remained the center of attraction for other examinees at the entire examination center. His attraction was because he is a former MLA of the district and at this age, a sense of surprise and admiration was also seen among the people towards him as a candidate.
age doesn’t matter for studies
Former MLA Rajesh Mishra alias Pappu Bharatol of Bithri Chainpur in Bareilly district is appearing for the 12th examination. When he reached the examination center on February 16 to take the exam, seeing his spirit, it seemed that age does not matter for studies. The students who took the exam together were first surprised and then expressed their happiness.
At the same time, 51-year-old former MLA Mishra said that when he came to take the exam, the students were at first surprised to see me, but they were happy to see that a politician from their area was appearing for the exam with them.
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Won elections on BJP ticket
Pappu Bharataul got ticket from Bharatiya Janata Party in 2017 assembly elections and won from Bithri Chainpur constituency of Bareilly. However, he was denied ticket by the party for the assembly elections last year. Despite his busy schedule as a public representative, he decided to pursue his education.
.. so started further studies
Rajesh Mishra said that I thought that I should start preparing for the 12th board exam. Mishra’s reasoning behind his intention to pursue his studies at this age is that pursuing his studies will help him better connect with his young voters. With this, he has also set a big target.
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want to become a lawyer
The former MLA, popularly known as Pappu Bharatol in the area, said that as a public representative, I realized that a large number of economically weaker people do not get justice because they cannot afford the expenses of advocates. He said that I want to help such people and to do this I want to become a lawyer.
The former MLA said that now I will continue my studies further and that is why I chose arts stream despite being interested in science stream so that I can achieve my destination.
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He said, I have chosen Hindi, Fine Arts, Social Studies, Civics and Sociology as my subjects for the board exams. These subjects will also help me in law studies. As a person interested in science, his only complaint with art subjects is that he has to write a lot.
children help in studies
Rajesh, the father of three elder children, said that I study from 11 o’clock in the night and even during the day time, I get time to concentrate on studies. Just like other examinees get support from their families in the board exams, in the same way the family is giving full support to them and the children also guide them.
He smiled and said that my children keep offering to help me in my studies and also give me tips to do better in exams and manage exam stress.
Mishra is confident that he will pass the exam and will continue his studies with active involvement in politics. He said that I concentrate on my studies without worrying about anything. Even I say the same to young students. Working with focus is the only mantra for success in life.