Himachal board Class 10 result out; Kullu girl Manvi tops with 99.14 per cent : The Tribune India

Join Whatsapp Channel

Himachal board Class 10 result out; Kullu girl Manvi tops with 99.14 per cent

89.7 per cent students declared pass; girls outshine boys

Himachal board Class 10 result out; Kullu girl Manvi tops with 99.14 per cent

Photo for representational purpose only.



Tribune News Service

Dharamsala, May 25

Girls outshined boys in Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education Class 10 exams, while the pass percentage remained at 89.7 per cent, Secretary of the board Vishal Sharma said on Thursday.

A total of 91,440 students appeared in board examinations this year, out of which 81,732 passed.

Manvi from Snower Valley Public School Bajaura in Kullu district topped the Class 10 exam securing 99.14 per cent marks, while Diksha Kathyal from Government Senior Secondary School Chabutra in Hamirpur district grabbed the second position scoring 99 percent marks.

Akshit Sharma from New Era Senior Secondary School Parol in Hamirpur district and Akarshak Thakur from Government Senior Secondary School Badaran in Hamirpur district jointly bagged third spot by scoring 98.86 per cent marks each.

About The Author

The Tribune News Service brings you the latest news, analysis and insights from the region, India and around the world. Follow the Tribune News Service for a wide-ranging coverage of events as they unfold, with perspective and clarity.


Top News

ED challenges Arvind Kejriwal's bail, as Delhi CM to leave jail today

Arvind Kejriwal to remain in jail as Delhi High Court grants interim stay on trial court's bail order

The AAP national convenor, who was arrested on March 21 by t...

India criticises Canadian parliament observing ‘one-minute silence’ in memory of Hardeep Nijjar

India criticises Canadian parliament observing ‘one-minute silence’ in memory of Hardeep Nijjar

In an unusual move, the Canadian parliament observed ‘one-mi...

Sikh activists on Canada's no-fly list lose appeal; court sees 'reasonable grounds' for terror concern

Sikh activists on Canada's no-fly list lose appeal; court sees 'reasonable grounds' for terror concern

The activists were not allowed to board planes in Vancouver ...


Cities

View All