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The result of the examination has been uploaded on the official website of Madhyamik Sanskrit Shiksha Parishad www.sanskriteb.gov.in.
The result of Sanskrit Education Council was also released in the state on Saturday. In the results, all the students of first i.e. 8th class, East Madhyama first i.e. 9th class and North Madhyama first i.e. 11th class have been successful, while the result of East Madhyama II i.e. 10th and North Madhyama II i.e. 12th has been more than 97 percent. The special thing is that the dominance of daughters was also seen in these results. The result can be seen on the official website of the council.
Result uploaded on website on Saturday
According to Director Secondary Education and Chairman, Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Sanskrit Shiksha Parishad Vinay Kumar Pandey, 72,489 students and 24,691 girl students have been registered for the examination from class VIII to XII. The result of the examination has been uploaded on the official website of Madhyamik Sanskrit Shiksha Parishad www.sanskriteb.gov.in.
Here too the daughters won
Board Secretary Radha Krishna Tiwari shared the information about the release of Sanskrit Board Result on Saturday.
According to board secretary Radha Krishna Tiwari, the pass percentage of boys and girls in Pratham, Pre-Madhyama-I has been 100 percent, in East-Madhyama II i.e. 10th, the pass percentage of students is 97.31 percent, while that of girl students is 97.86 percent. He said that the pass percentage of boys and girls in Uttar Madhyamik Pratham i.e. class 11 has been 100 percent and in Uttar Madhyamik II i.e. 12th, 97.29 percent of the students, while 97.56 percent of the students have passed in the girl students.
It is worth mentioning that the decision of the state government to promote about 97 thousand students of Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Sanskrit Shiksha Parishad was taken by the state government. The students of Prathamma (Class VIII), Purva Madhyamik I (Class Nine), Purva Madhyamik II (Class 10), Uttar Madhyama I (Class 11) and Uttar Madhyama II (Class 12) are promoted to the next class according to their academic performance. has gone. Due to non-conduction of monthly, half-yearly and pre-board examinations by the Sanskrit Education Council, marks have been given on the basis of student's performance in the studies of each subject.