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She hopes to crack the Civil Services

Published: 25th June 2013 11:49 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th June 2013 11:49 AM   |  A+A-

Even though her career and life have been shattered by the people involved in the Paravoor sex scam, the victim still carries a ray of hope in her life. According to her guardians, the Paravoor victim wants to become an IPS officer and has started working on achieving this ambitious goal.

Three days ago plus one results were declared and she achieved around 65 per cent marks. More than her, the police personnel who take care of her are delighted. “She could study just for two months. No one was there to assist her and she studied on her own at the Kakkanad juvenile home. She even got books only a month before the examination. In between studies, she had to appear at the court for trial. She is very bright and had scored more than 80 per cent marks in SSLC. She has started preparing for the next year’s examination and we are sure that she will score very good marks,” a constable said.

The victim, who is 19 years of age, is studying via open school and has chosen Humanities. She is very good in Malayalam and scored 93 marks in the subject.

“She has problems in English. But she wakes up at 4 am for the studies. She always speaks of clearing Civil Service Examinations and opting for IPS.  We will do our best to support her for realising her dreams,” the police constable added.



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