Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, July 15
Coursing by means of her research swiftly as she does her butterfly stroke when she swims, 16-year-old Jhanvi Sharma, a city-based national-level swimmer, has accomplished her dad and mom and college proud by hanging the proper stability between her research and recreation as she scored 88.6 per cent within the Class X CBSE outcomes introduced on Wednesday.
“I was under a lot of stress in the beginning to perform in studies too. But as time advanced, I managed to survive the pressure through my dedication, time management and consistency,” Jhanvi, who’s a pupil of DAV Police Public School, shares.
She has 5 to 6 nationwide championships in her kitty and is rated among the many prime swimmers of the district. Having a knack for tasting victory, she is a winner of gold and silver medals in a number of championships, together with, Sub-Junior Swimming Championship held in Mohali, CBSE National Swimming Championship, Tandrust Punjab, CBSE cluster-level Championship, National School Championship amongst others. “Parents and teachers remained a great source of motivation and support. I neither took sports nor studies as burden. I devoted equal time to both,” she says.
While she practiced swimming for 4 to 5 hours each day, self-studying in teachers helped her get hold of rating, however she had been anticipating a significantly better consequence. “I have always scored above 90% marks in my previous results. I was expecting a better result,” says Jhanvi, who began her day early for swimming and ended it late with research.
She is the daughter of Mohinder Pal, a swimming coach and a Punjab Police worker. She is stuffed with reward for her dad and mom’ steering each on-field and off it as nicely. “With the help of my mother and father, I focussed on carving out dedicated time for studies when out of on-field schedule and engaged in art and craft too to relieve stress,” she says.
She added extra feathers to her cap when she received a gold in a national-level match final 12 months. With over 100 medals and a number of other trophies, she can be the sports activities captain of her college.
“I will carry on the groove in the future too,” she pledges, earlier than including, “I sure have an eye on achieving the satisfactory result come next board examinations.”