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15 May 2019

MP Education Board Exam Result 2019 - MP Board 10th, 12th Class Exam Result Out 2019


MP Education Board Exam Result 2019
MP Board 10th, 12th Class Exam Result Out 2019

MP Education Board Examination Result 2019
High School & Intermediate Exam Result 2019
Great new to all candidates who appear in the 10th class and 12th class board examination under the MP Education board of India. Today on 15th May 2019 MP Education board issued the final result of the board examinations. Those who appeared in the MP Board 10th class examination or 12th class examination can now check their exam result on the official website of MP Education board.

MP Education Board Exam Result 2019



·      High School Exam Dates: 01 to 27 March 2019
·      Intermediate Exam : 02 March to 02 April 2019
·      10th, 12th Result Date: 15 May 2019 (today)

IMPORTANT LINKS
Download High School Result
Download Intermediate Result


03 May 2019

CBSE co-toppers regret: One short of perfect 100 in English - CBSE 12TH Class Exam Result is Declared

CBSE co-toppers regret: One short of perfect 100 in English

CLASS XII RESULT 2019 - 499/500 for Hansika, Karishma of UP

CBSE 12TH Class Exam Result is Declared on 2nd April 2019


CBSE 12TH Class Toppers in 2019 Exam. Ghaziabad’s Hansika Shukla, who has topped the CBSE Class XII examination with 499 marks, has only one regret: scoring 99 in English. Shukla, who scored 100 each in history, political science, psychology, and Hindustani vocals, says she followed a ‘no social media’ policy.

CBSE co-toppers regret: One short of perfect 100 in English - CBSE 12TH Class Exam Result is Declared

“I am on cloud nine, but now I feel it would have been perfect to get one more mark and have 100 in English. I regret that” Hansika said.

While her mother is an associate professor at a college in Ghaziabad, her father works as a secretary in the Rajya Sabha. A student of DPS, Ghaziabad, she said, “Whenever I wanted to relax, I listened to music but I followed a ‘no social media’ policy because it is a huge distraction. I never took any tuition.”

Sharing similar marks with her is Muzaffarnagar’s Karishma Arora, who chose to dance over the music to relax. “I am not much of a sportsperson. I like to dance when I am free and want to relax,” she said.

Coincidentally, both toppers want to pursue Psychology Honours. While Hansika has her eyes set on the UPSC exam, Karishma said she hadn’t thought about her future plans yet. Rishikesh’s Gaurangi Chawla, Rae Bareli’s Aishwarya and Bhavya from Jind got the second rank, scoring 498. With 497 marks, Parth Saini from Solan, Dishank Jindal (Chandigarh) and Piyush Jha (Dehradun) are among the 18 ranked third.

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Source of Information: The Tribune Newspaper.
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