Anika said that she was not deterred by the conditions of her hometown and prepared for the examinations from the beginning and got the support of her parents in the studies. The two young girls relied on self-study at home instead of getting into the trap of private tuition and credit their success to the teachers of their school. The results of tenth class examinations were declared Tuesday with the girls outshining boys by securing the first three positions. However, the overall pass percentage of boys (74.5) is higher than that of girls (68.8).The first 20 positions are shared by 182 students. About 50535 students including 26900 boys and 23600 girls had appeared in the examination. The overall pass percentage is 71.85 percent which is almost one percent lesser than the last year.
(-With inputs from Online Media Sources)
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