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Sonika Rajkumari, the writer of the blog, has got selection both in the engineering and architecture examination held this year in the AIEEE 2008, the All India Engineering Entrance Examination. She wrote It happens here in this blog.

She secured 119 rank in architecture and 3159 in engineering. Having set her aim in pursuing architecture; however she would he applying for the counseling in engineering as well. Counseling for the allocation for the seat would take place in National Institute of Technology, Silchar on July 11 and 12.

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  1. this is indeed a great achievement. wish all the best for Sonika Rajkumari and hope she continues her success...

  2. Sonika I always have respect for intellectual people and your acheivments makes me proud. It is more special as you are a BM. Wishing you all the best. Go! conquere the world.

  3. Brilliant!!!!
    Keep the good work going.


  4. I m quite late to learn about ur
    achievements.Any way,go ahead with ur plan,God is there to help u.About twenty one years back, ur Didi,my elder daughter also was in a unstable mind,whether to continue in Assam or oft for medicine either in Banares Hindu or Guwahati University.Anyway, ultimately she did her medicine from Silchar Medical college, having obtained first class.Again ur Chooti didi,my younger daughter opted for simple BSC when she was to take admission in Silchar Medical College.Ofcourse,later she did her management from Mumbai,having 6 th
    rank.It is to mention here that she was campus selected
    for a Multinational company in Dubai.

  5. Awesome, Great Going Sonika.............

  6. congrats babe...

    keep the good work going and may you achive much more.

  7. well done sweets!! I am really proud of you...for you had really worked so hard...and it payed off!! lastly i must say that to you little princess that ''you are so adorable & cute''
    May god bless u!! [:)]

  8. Congratulations. Be a 'Rajkumari' in every field of life.

  9. Congratulations. Be a 'Rajkumari' in every field of life.

  10. Congrats Soni and wish u many more success in ur life..


  11. congrats sonika i wish you all the best and success in each and every moment of life


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