The Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad (UPMSP) pronounced the UP Board Class 10 (High School) and UP Board Class 12 (Intermediate) results on Saturday. In excess of 32 lakh, students had shown up for the class 10 barricade examinations this year. Of them, 80.07 percent of students cleared the examination. While with passing percent of 83.98 percent, the girls dwarfed the boys whose passing percent was just 76.66 percent.
While Gautam Raghuvanshi bested the Class X test with 97.17 percent marks, Tanu Tomar turned out as the topper in the Class XII test with a staggering 97.80 percent marks.
Speaking to ABP after the statement of the result, Tanu said that she was glad for her result and included that her accomplishment would inspire students from her school to work more diligently and accomplish loftier heights.
Tanu strikingly recalled that one of her teachers revealing to her that she could top the test, which thus served as a source of inspiration.
Tanu was ecstatic after her stupendous accomplishment and hailed the suffering support rendered by her parents, especially her mom who advised her to focus on her studies and fended off her from the household chores. Tanu also hailed praises on her important and school teachers who masterminded the much required instructing classes which ended up being exceptionally useful.
She praised her key who had masterminded additional classes in June which thusly paid rich dividends.
At the point when asked about what she aspires to turn into, the topper was very clear in her mind that she needed to pursue her higher studies in drug and become a specialist.