MPBSE HSE Exam 2019: Watchman’s Son Tops High School Exam in Madhya Pradesh



Sagar: The son of a watchman, Ayushman Tamrakar, has jointly secured ‘rank one’ in the Madhya Pradesh High School examination with Gagan Tripathi. Ayushman’s father Vimal Tamrakar works as a watchman at a community centre.

Ayushman is a student of Government Excellence School in Sagar district and he has secured 499 marks out of 500.

Ayushman’s father works as a ‘chowkidar’ (watchman) at a community centre while his mother Barkha works as a daily wager.

“I stay away from social media. We can opt for social media at any point of time but cannot always study. So, I gave priority to the studies,” Ayushman said, adding he wants to be an engineer.

Ayushman’s study partner is his twin sister Aayushi.

MP Board declared its Class 10 result on Wednesday. When Ayushman’s father got the news of his son’s success as well as excellent performance by Aarushi, he was overjoyed.

Ayushman’s mother is concerned about further studies of his son. “How will we bear the expenses. We barely earn to meet our daily needs,” she said, adding that Ayushman was also working as a helper at nearby shops. We want to see him as a successful engineer.”

On Wednesday, Ayushman was busy taking selfies with people and narrating them the story of his success in his kachcha-pucca home in Sagar district’s Mohannagar ward.



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MPBSE HSE Exam 2019: Girls Outshine Boys in Madhya Pradesh Class 10, 12 Exams



MPBSE HSE Exam 2019: Girls again outshone boys in the Madhya Pradesh class 10 and 12 board exams, the results of which were declared on Wednesday.

Some 63.69 per cent girls passed the Class 10 exams against 59.15 per cent boys, while 76.31 per cent girls cleared the Class 12 exams against 68.94 per cent boys.

Drishti Sadonia and Arya Jain topped the Arts and Science-Maths streams respectively in Class 12, while Gagan Dikshit and Ayushmaan Tamrakar jointly topped the Class 10 exams.

A total of 72.37 per cent students passed the Class 12 exams, while 61.32 per cent cleared the class 10 exams.



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MPBSE HSE Exam 2019: Madhya Pradesh Board Declared Results; Check at mpbse.nic.in



MPBSE HSE Exam 2019: The Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) announced the results of the class 12 board exam 2019 on Wednesday at 11 AM. Candidates can check their MP Board 12th Result 2019 on its official website mpbse.nic.in.

Students can also check their MP Class 12 Board Result 2019 on third-party websites such as examresults.net and indiaresults.com.

Follow the steps below to check your MP Class 12 Result 2019:

Step 1: Visit the official website – mpresults.nic.in

Step 2: Click on the link in the homepage that says, ‘MP 12th Result 2019’.

Step 3: Enter the required details like roll number/date of birth

Step 4: Click on submit button

Step 5: On the screen the MP Board 12th result 2019 will be shown.

Step 6: Download and keep the printout for future reference

Students can also check their Madhya Pradesh Board Class 12th Result 2019 through SMS. Follow the steps below:

  1. Type ‘MPBSE12ROLLNUMBER’.
  2. Send the message to 56263.
  3. You will receive the 2019 MP 10th Result on your mobile phone’s message inbox.

This year recorded a total pass percentage of 72.37 per cent. According to a report, toppers were Drashti Sanodiya (Humanities), Arya Jain (Science) and Vivek Gupta (Commerce).



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Azim Premji loosens purse strings further for philanthropy



With the latest action, the value of the philanthropic endowment corpus contributed by Premji is about $21 billion, which includes 67 per cent of the economic ownership of Wipro.



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Winter rain won't cause large-scale damage to most rabi crops



For potato farmers in the north and wheat growers in the eastern parts — particularly in Jharkhand, Bihar, and Odisha — the recent rains could in fact be beneficial.



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Piyush Goyal interview: 'Farmers will give response to Mamata'



‘A sum of Rs 6,000 a year is very significant for a small farmer whose land holding is very small and whose produce is very small. All these calculations on a daily basis are extremely unfortunate and an insult to farmers.’



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