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Fighting all odds conjoined Twin sisters came out with flying colours; Pass 12th with 1st division

by Rishika Choudhury

Date & Time: Jun 29, 2022 9:00 PM

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Conjoined Twin sisters Veena and Vani, received a first division score on June 28 in the Telangana Intermediate exams. Fighting against all odds the girls came out with flying colours. Veena secured 712 marks and Vani got 707 marks out of 1000 marks with CEC group (Commerce, Economics, Civics) in Telanagana Intermediate exams.

Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) on June 28 announced results for its students of inter 1st year and 2nd year. Over nine lakh students appeared for both TSBIE inter first and second-year exams conducted in May.

In the TS inter second-year results, a total of 4,42,895 students appeared for the class 12 exams. Among these students, as many as 67.82% of students passed the exam. Further, 1,59,432 students have scored A grades. The TS Inter second year result has also dropped from 2020 when 68.86% of students had passed, however, the pass percentage is a rise from pre-pandemic levels as 64.8% of students had passed ts inter second in 2019 and 67.25% in 2018.

Government assure to provide all necessary facilities for education

Satyavathi Rathod, Minister for Tribal and Women and Child Welfare, Telangana extended special greetings to the Veena and Vani. She further had special congratulations to the officers who assisted the Veena and Vani. She also assured the twins that the government will provide all the necessary facilities for their higher education.

Telangana Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy announced the results in which over 60 per cent of students in both second and first cleared the exam.

Veena and Vani expressed their happiness for their achievement and wanted to become Charted Accountants (CA). In class 10, Veena scored 9.3 GPA and Vani got 9.2 GPA in 2020.

About conjoined twin sisters

Veena and Vani was born in 2003 as conjoined twins to couple in Mahabubnagar district of Telangana. Their parents denied taking them as they could not afford their treatment. The twins stayed in Nilopher hospital till the age 12 and were later shifted to State Home.

Doctors have attempted to separate the twins, however, they could not succeed. Several medical and surgical experts from India, the United Kingdom, and Singapore have examined the twins over the year in a bid to find a way to separate them. It was earlier estimated that the complex procedure would cost around Rs 10 crore. However, it is risky as their veins are tangled up and an operation could not be done yet.

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