The results of over 18.89 lakh students who registered to appear for the class 10 board exams has been declared. This year the passing percentage was recorded at 91.46, with Kerala’s Trivandrum emerging as the best performing district. Students can check their results at cbse.nic.in or cbseresults.nic.in. The results are also available at Digi locker and Umang app.
They look identical, but they also scored the same marks in the CBSE Class 12 exams. Meet Manasi and Manya, residents of Noida near Delhi, who scored 95.8 per cent each in the board exams.
The twin siblings studied at Aster Public School in Greater Noida. They scored 98 in English and Computer Science, and 95 each in Physics, Chemistry and Physical Education.
The sisters, who also have similar habits, say they were sure about performing well in exams but had not imagined that they would end up scoring identical marks. The sisters, who studied at Aster Public School in Greater Noida, scored 98 in English and computer science and received 95 each in physics, chemistry and physical education.“Everybody remembers us for identical looks and its only our names that differentiate us. We were confident about scoring well but were not hoping to score identical marks,” Mansi told
Talking to IndiaTimes, Principal of Nirmala Convent Senior Secondary School (Kathgodam) Sr. Speaking, Josy Thomas said, “Anushka has topped our school, she is a sharp student. When students who score decent marks in Class 10 prefer going for Commerce or Science, she chose Arts. She inspired us to introduce the Arts stream in the school itself. Taking inspiration from Anushka, many other bright students opted for Arts stream. We congratulate Anushka and hope all her dreams come true.”
Anushka’s mother Geeta Pandey is a physics teacher in a government school. She has always encouraged her daughter to do her best. Her father Pramod Kumar Pandey is ecstatic about her success.