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Ulma Ali Jaipur Girl completes her Book on General Knowledge alongside school studies

Jaipur’s Ulma Ali was just 11 years old when she started writing her very own book on General knowledge. She says that she started penning down everything she read and started shaping it in the form of a book. Her book, ‘Knowledge from Corner of World’ includes content related to discovery, mathematics, famous celebrities, concrete, museum and tourism like subjects.

Ulma has secured 9.8 in CBSE 10th results. Also she has now completed her general knowledge book. She wants to be a doctor in the times to come, which is why she has taken up Science as her subject.

Ulma’s mother Mumtaz says that her daughter is studying in St. Angela Sophia Senior Secondary School, Jaipur. She has always seen her daughter involved in creative works such as paintings and miniature arts. Most of the kids just do their homework and play in Ulma’s age. But she started drafting her own book alongside school studies. The book has a total of 78 pages and hasn’t been published yet.

Also, Ulma has received one gold medal in Hindi grammar competition, 3 Golds and 1 Silver in English Olympiad competition, 1 Gold in National Spell B competition, and 2 Silver and 1 Gold in Science Olympiad competition.

 


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