CM Chouhan announces 10th, 12th examination results of Board of Secondary Education

14 May 2018
CM Chouhan announces 10th, 12th examination results of Board of Secondary Education

Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced result of High School and Higher Secondary School Examination 2018 here today. The examination result of High School examination became 66.54 percent, whereas result of the Higher Secondary Examination became 68.07 percent. Ninety eight girls and 83 boys secured position in the merit list of the High School Examination. Similarly 71 girls and 62 boys secured positions in the merit list of Higher Secondary School examination.

Congratulating the successful students, parents and teachers, Shri Chouhan said that the students have written a history of success. He mentioned that the good result has come this year in comparison to the last year. Shri Chouhan told the students, who have not performed as they desired, not to be disappointed and demotivated.  There are several opportunities for progress in life. Make better efforts in future and progress. Giving examples of Cricket Player Shri Sachin Tendulkar, Female Boxer Susri Mary Kom, All-rounder Cricket Player Shri Kapil Dev and Shri George Washington, the first President of America, Shri Chouhan said despite of securing low marks, these personalities have accomplished marvellous and great works. Therefore, there is no need for disappointment, he added.

Moreover, Shri Chouhan stated that fee on behalf of students, who secure over 70 percent marks will be borne by the state government, on getting admissions in any institution for higher education. He will not let dream of any students die owing to dearth of money. Expressing happiness over girls clinching leading in the examinations, he mentioned that girls should be encouraged; they are not less than anyone.

Each district to have Career Counsellor:  Shri Chouhan said that a special arrangement is being made this year for career counselling for students to help them decide their future. Career conselling arrangement will be made in every district. He informed that district wise conventions will be organised for students, who secure over 70 percent marks. Students will be felicitated in conventions and  counselling about the career will be given. Minimum 5 career counsellors will be appointed at employment office in each district. Two career counsellors with cooperation of Higher Education Department will be made available in each district. Orientation programme of 500 career counsellors will be organised at Academy of Administration on May 17 and career counselling scheme will be commenced.

Districts and Teachers to be honoured for good results: CM Shri Chouhan congratulated the Board of Secondary Education for declaring results on time and for holding examinations without any disruption. He also congratulated teachers of the government schools, whose tireless efforts bear fruits of better examination results of government schools in comparison to private schools. Shri Chouhan said that a separate programme will be organised to honour districts and teachers of government school, who have performed well in the examination results.

Moreover, Shri Chouhan further mentioned that all teachers will be merged in the education department. The seniority of teachers who are working since earlier will not get affected. He expressed hope that teachers will make more efforts to bring quality and improvement in the education in future.

Chairman of Board of Secondary Education, Shri S. R. Mohanti, informed that the Best of Five system had been implemented this year for class 10. Separate examination was conducted for disabled students. He further said that students can give online applications within 3 months to remove anomalies in the marks sheet. Mistakes will be removed within 3 months without any charges.

Furthermore, Shri Mohanti revealed that 11 lakh 3 thousand 852 students had appeared in high school examination this year. Out of these 66.54 percent students successfully passed the examination, including 69 percent girls and 64 percent boys. This is 16.8 percent more as compared to the last year. Total 98 girls and 83 boys have secured positions in the merit list. Number of successful students from Neemuch and Dewas district is more than other districts.

Shri Mohanti further said that similarly, 7 lakh 44 thousand students had appeared in higher secondary examination this year and 68.07 percent students successfully cleared the examination. Total 71 girls and 62 boys have gained place in the merit list. Maximum students from Neemuch and Dewas district have passed the 12th examination. He further asserted that total 23 thousand students have secured over 75 and 85 percent marks. This included 12 thousand 871 students with over 85 percent marks and 10 thousand 469 students with over 75 percent marks.

Sushri Diksha Sharma of Bhind has secured first position in the high school examination under the speech and hearing impaired category, whereas the second and third position were secured by Shri Sarthak Chitle of Gwalior and Shri Krsihna Gupta of Dhar respectively. Under the visually challenged and slow learner category, Shri Bhupendra Singh Tahkur has secured first rank and  Shri Akshay of Indore and Shri Prahalad Dangi of Sagar have secured second and third rank respectively. Ku. Anamika Sadh of Vidisha and Shri Harshawardhan Parmar of Sagar have secured first positions among the top ten of the merit list of the high school. Shri Subhash Prasad Patel and Shri Prabhat Shukla of Umaria, Shri Sanyam Jain of Agar Malwa, Shri Radheshyam Sondhia of Rajgarh have secured second positions. Similarly, Shri Chitwan Naik and Ku. Ayushi Sahu of Burhanpur, Ku. Sakshi Lodhi of Narsinghpur and Ku. Priya Sahu of Chhattarpur have secured third place in the merit list.

Moreover, in the higher secondary result, Shri Shashishekhar Prakash has secured first position under the slow learner category. Sushri Ritika Goyal has secured first position under the speech and hearing impaired category. Sushri Shivani Pawar of Chhindwara, Shri Lalit Pancholi, Sushri Aysuhi and Shri Santosh Rawat of Shivpuri have secured first positions in arts, maths, commerce and agriculture faculty respectively. Similarly Sushri Deepal Jain of Balaghat and Sushri Tamanna Kushwaha have secured first positions in biology and home science faculties.

Deputy Speaker of Vidhan Sabha Shri Rajendra Singh, Minister for School Education Kunwar Vijay Shah, Minister of State for School Education Shri Deepak Joshi, students, who have secured positions in the merit list, parents and teachers were present on the occasion