DAV NIT boy scores 98.4 % in Class 10
Jamshedpur, July 15: Jharkhand registered a pass percentage of 90.64, a little less than the national figure of 91.46 per cent.
A total of 57,817 students cleared the examination out of 63,784 that appeared across 500 schools of the state.
Jharkhand girls have once again proved their mettle in academics and outshined boys in overall pass percentage by 2% in the CBSE class-10 examinations, the results for which declared were declared on Wednesday.
Steel City students came out with flying colours in the CBSE Class 10 exam, the results of which were announced on Wednesday afternoon. Ashish Kumar Singh from DAV NIT was declared the city and Kolhan topper scoring 98.4 % marks.
Ashish wants to study engineering from IIT Bombay after competing in JEE for which he will enroll at a private coaching institute
Ashish loves to listen to music when he is over stressed and during free hours he reads books of Harry Potter and Premchand. “I study for 4 to 5 hours in a day and keep distancing from social media but use internet for research work,” said Ashish.
Ashish’s father is a government school teacher at Potka while his mother Sangeeta is a homemaker. His elder brother Amitesh Kumar scored 97.2 % in class 12 to top the school. he gave credits for his success to his parents and teachers.
A total of 64,234 students from around 400 CBSE schools across Jharkhand had enrolled themselves for the examinations. However, 63,784 students including 24,296 girls appeared for the class-10 board examinations. Altogether 57,817 students including 35,493 boys and 22,324 girls have come out with flying colours in the examinations.