Mahasamund. New Zealand Representative. CG Board 10th 12th Toppers Story: The Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education has announced the annual examination results of 10th-12th board on Saturday. In which seven students from Mahasamund district have made it to the top ten list in class X. At the same time, from class 12th, a student of the district has secured seventh rank in the state. In both the board exams, girl students have once again outperformed. Six girl students have made their place in the top ten list of class X.
According to the information, in class X, Meenakshi Pradhan of KG Convent School located in Saraipali block of the district has secured third place in the list of top ten of the state. Meenakshi has secured 98 percentile with 588 marks out of total 600 marks. Similarly, Nancy Patel of Eklavya English Medium School of Saraipali Block secured 6th position with 97.50 percent, Shubham Nishad of Navjeevan Mission High School, Tumgaon got seventh place with 97.33 percent, Pooja Sinha of Government Higher Secondary School, Gadbera got 97 percent and Government Higher Secondary. Bhavani Patel, a student of School Mohda, has secured 9th position by securing 97% marks.
Similarly, Mehak Agarwal of Ewas Woodland English Medium School and Prachi Bhoi of Saraipali Eklavya English Medium School have secured 10th position with 96.83 percent marks. Jinendra Bariha of New Holy Faith School Mahasamund from class 12th is the only student who has secured 94.80 percent marks and has secured seventh rank in the state.
76 of 10th and 83.09 percent of 12th examination result
According to the information received, a total of 14893 were registered from class X in the academic session 2021-22 in which 14275 took the examination and 10849 were successful. In this, first 5541, second 4499 and 806 have secured third place. A total of 533 students have got the eligibility of supplementary. In this way the examination result was 76.01 percent.
This includes 81.15 girl students and 69.91 boys.
Similarly, from class 12th, a total of 11762 students were registered in which 11598 took the examination in which 9740 were successful. Of these, first 3649, second 5597 and 494 have secured third place. A total of 1144 students have got the eligibility of supplementary. In this way the examination result was 83.97 percent. These include 85.98 girls and 81.46 percent boys.
Meenakshi wants to become a doctor
Meenakshi, who has made a place in the list of top ten of the state of class 10th, wants to become a doctor. He has given the credit of success to his parents, maternal grandparents, younger sister Geetanjali and school teachers. She told that she used to study four to five hours a day to come to Topten. She used to study from four to six in the morning during the exams. His father Anil Pradhan is a farmer and printing business by profession, while mother Swarna Pradhan is a housewife. Younger sister Geetanjali is a student of class VIII. Meenakshi told that reading books is her interest. He told that to get good results in class 10, he prepared for a year. Studying the course, revising three to four times as well as preparing notes did not cause any inconvenience to him while filling the form during the examination. She was hopeful about this result since the exam itself.
Jinendra wants to go to administrative service
Meritorious Jinendra Bariha, who lives near Ward 24 Saraswati Ricemill, told that he has not set any target, he is a commerce student. He wants to join the administrative service. Next they will prepare for it. He said that there was a lot of loss due to online studies in 11th. I had lost the habit of writing. Being 12th offline had to make the habit of writing again. Said that never took pressure for studies. Every day, whenever I felt like I studied for one to two hours. Didn’t take any coaching. Make lots of notes by yourself. That’s what you studied. Jinendra told that mother Geetanjali is a housewife. Father Sanjay Kumar Bariha is a government servant in RES. Two elder sisters are followed by a brother Jinendra.