Banka: On Wednesday, a woman in Banka, Bihar, rushed to the examination hall in an ambulance, just an hour and a half after delivering a baby boy, to sit for her Bihar Board Exam. Everyone is praising the mother who is appearing in the matriculation exam. Rukmini Kumari (22 years), who was giving matriculation examination in MMKG High School of Chandan block headquarters of the district, was giving the examination in a pregnant state.
Rukmini was studying as a regular student from a school in Katoria block, while she was married in Pailwa village of Siljori Panchayat of the block. Rukmini was pregnant and was in the last days of her delivery. Despite this, his spirit did not diminish to fulfill his dream of becoming a matriculation pass by sitting in the board exam. Even a day before her delivery, Rukmini gave her maths exam on Tuesday. After this, she started having labor pains on Tuesday night. When the labor pains started, the relatives took her to the hospital. Where she gave birth to a son at 6 am on Wednesday morning after struggling with pain all night.
Her second paper in the first shift on Wednesday morning was science, so she started asking her doctor, Dr. Bholanath, for permission to take the exam. Although the doctor and family members refused and explained a lot, but Rukmini did not listen to anyone, then two hours ago, Rukmini, who became a mother, was taken to the examination center by ambulance on the advice of the doctor. There he took the science exam under the supervision of doctors.