Supriya’s father, Nagina Singh, a resident of Sainik settlement in Dhoomanganj, Prayagraj, is the second of three sisters. Originally from Ghazipur, Nagina Singh is an integrated financial adviser at Bamhrauli airport. Mother Sudha Singh is a housewife. Her eldest daughter Poonam has done B.Ed and her younger sister Krishnapriya is a class VII student.
Supriya Singh, a humanities student who topped the district in the class 12 exam, dreams of becoming an IAS officer. Her favorite subjects are legal studies and English. She wants to do an honors degree from Delhi University and applied for CUET. In his spare time, he enjoys playing the guitar and writing poems. She studies at home an average of four to five hours a day. She credits her parents and sisters for her success. Her father is very aware of the regular routine and the health of the children. At the same time, the mother kept her away from household chores. I just had the chance to study.
Swasti, who topped the district in CBSE’s 10th result, aims to make BTech from IIT after doing Inter Maths. Swasti’s father, Rajesh Yadav, who attends the Old Cantt Army Public School, is an army subedar major. The mother is a science teacher at Pratapgarh High School. Swasti’s older brother is doing B.Tech. Swasti’s parents try to ensure that the home environment remains perfectly legible. Swasti credits her parents and brother for her success.