Youngsters show merit in Secondary Sanskrit Education Council examination
Lucknow: State’s Minister of State for Secondary Education (Independent Charge) Gulab Devi congratulated the students who passed the Secondary Sanskrit Education Council examination for the year 2023 and wished them for a bright future. The Uttar Pradesh Secondary Sanskrit Education Council released the examination results for the year-2023 from East Madhyamik to North Madhyamik level.
Joint Director Secondary Education Bhagwati Singh, Secretary of Uttar Pradesh Secondary Sanskrit Education Council R.K. Tiwari and member Jitendra Pratap Singh formally declared the examination results at Sanskrit Bhavan, the office of the Board of Secondary Sanskrit Education located at Shahmeena Road, Lucknow.
Joint Director Secondary Bhagwati Singh said that the council organized the examination program from 23 February to 20 March. The evaluation work was done from March 28 to April 8. Aditya of Ballia in Purva Madhyama II (Class X) and Irfan of Chandauli in Uttar Madhyama II (Class XII) secured the first position in the merit list by securing maximum marks. He told that according to the details of the examination results, 21313 candidates appeared in Purva Madhyamik (Class 9) out of which 17428 candidates appeared and 15874 candidates appeared in Purva Madhyamik (Class 10) out of which 14332 candidates passed. In Uttar Madhyama (Class 11) 13620 candidates appeared out of which 11579 candidates appeared and in Uttar Madhyama (Class 12) 13738 candidates appeared out of which 12243 candidates passed.
Secretary R.K. Tiwari said that Aditya of Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati Higher Secondary Education Institute, Ballia stood first in Purva Madhyama II (X) by securing 92.50 percent marks. Abhishek Pandey of Shri Shanti Niketan Sanskrit Higher Secondary School, Ayodhya secured the second position by securing 91.92 percent marks, while Anshuman Pandey of the same school secured the third position by securing 91.71 percent marks.
Aditya Raj of Shri Arya Vidya Mandir Sanskrit Higher Secondary School, Mau, fourth with 91.57 percent marks, Shivkumar Gupta of Maharishi Dayanand Saraswati Higher Secondary Education Institute, Ballia, fifth with 90.71 percent marks, Shri Shanti Niketan Sanskrit Higher Secondary School, Ayodhya’s Aditi Srivastava stood sixth with 90.21 per cent marks, Rishabh Mishra of Kamlapati Sanskrit Secondary School, Sultanpur seventh with 90 per cent marks and Chhaya of the same school stood eighth with 90 per cent marks and Dharmendra Kumar ninth with 89.92 per cent marks and Krishan Kumar Patel of Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati Higher Secondary School, Ballia has secured the tenth position in the merit list with 89.35 per cent marks.
The Secretary informed that Irfan of Shri Sampurnanand Sanskrit Higher Secondary School, Chandauli has secured the top position in Uttar Madhyama (Class XII) with 82.71 per cent marks. Shivdayal Gupta of Gangotri Devi Higher Secondary Sanskrit School, Ballia stood second with 80.57 per cent marks and Vikas Yadav of Shri Ram Tehal Sanskrit Higher Secondary School, Pratapgarh stood third with 80.35 per cent marks. Jagriti Rai of Adarsh Shankar Sanskrit Secondary School, Varanasi stood fourth with 80 per cent marks, Ajay Kumar of Baleshwar Prasad Higher Secondary Sanskrit School, Ballia stood fifth with 79.78 per cent marks. Shobha Yadav of Gangotri Devi Higher Secondary Sanskrit School, Ballia secured the sixth position with 79.94 per cent marks and Shweta Yadav of the same school secured the seventh position with 79.57 per cent marks. Shubham Kumar of Baleshwar Prasad Higher Secondary Sanskrit School, Ballia secured eighth position with 79.35 percent marks, Ravish Kumar from here secured ninth position with 79.21 percent marks and Anand Kumar Chaurasia secured tenth position with 79.21 percent marks.
The result of the examination is available on the council’s website www.upmssp.com which can be seen.