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Kolkata Girl Made DCP For 6 Hours On Getting Rank 4 In ISC Exam, Gives Adorable Instruction To Her Father After Becoming His 'boss'

Written By Daamini Sharma | Mumbai | Published:

Richa Singh, who came fourth nationally in the ISC examination, was on Wednesday made a 'deputy commissioner' of Kolkata police for a day in appreciation of her achievement. Richa, a student of G.D. Birla Centre for Education who secured 99.25 per cent marks in the plus two exam results announced on Tuesday, "occupied" the chair of the Deputy Commissioner (South Eastern Division) of city police from 6 am to 12 noon during the day.

The daughter of Rajesh Singh - additional officer-in-charge of Gariahat police station - was feted by DC (ESD) Kalyan Mukherjee, as also the OCs' of various police stations.

Asked whether she had any orders for her father as she was his "boss" for the day, Richa said:

"I will order him to return home early".

On her future plans, Richa said she wanted to study history or sociology. Appearing for the UPSC examination was also on her mind.

Richa's father seemed overwhelmed.

"Can't express how happy I am. She is my 'superior' for the day. She has ordered me to return home early. I shall obey her today".

Read: CBSE Class 10 Results Out: 13 Toppers At 499/500, 91.1% Overall Pass Percentage. Access Results Here

Earlier on May 06, 2019, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) announced the results for Class 10 exam on Monday before its scheduled 3 PM. 

  • The overall pass percentage is 91.1%, which is an increase from last year's 86.4%
  • 13 students have scored 499 out of 500 marks
  • 25 students have scored 498 out of 500 marks
  • While 58 students have scored 497 out of 500 marks.

Class 10 exams were conducted from February 2 to March 29, while Class 12 board exams were held from February 15 to 4 April. This year, over 27 lakh candidates appeared for the Class 10 CBSE exams.