89 per cent clear Inter exam; 3 Lko students in top 5
AS MANY AS 89 per cent student were declared successful in the Intermediate examination-2006 of the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad, the world?s biggest examination body, here on Sunday.india Updated: May 22, 2006 01:13 IST
AS MANY AS 89 per cent student were declared successful in the Intermediate examination-2006 of the Uttar Pradesh Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad, the world’s biggest examination body, here on Sunday.
Girl students with 93.14 per cent marks outscored boys with 86.75 per cent.
Vaibhav Anand Srivastava of Lucknow Public Inter College, Jail Road, topped in the examination securing 473/500 which was 94.60 per cent.
The top ten merit list holders are:
Abhishek Bajpai of PT RPMIC, Yashoda Nagar, Kanpur stood second with 94.20 per cent, Surkhab Bano of Rajat BVM Girls Inter College, Lucknow, with 92.20 per cent got third, Neha Agrawal of PT RPMIC Yashoda Nagar, Kanpur got fourth with 91.60 per cent, Nishith Singh of Lucknow Public Inter College stood fifth with 91.20 per cent, Rahul Verma of CMIC, Anand Nagar, Rawat Nagar, Kanpur and Ashutosh Kumar Singh of CRTSVMIC, SKS Bazaar, Maharajganj sixth with 90.80 per cent, Ritu Mishra of Lucknow Public Inter College seventh with 90.60 per cent, Jaya Gupta of PT RPMIC, Yashoda Nagar, Kanpur seventh with 90.60 per cent, Aniriksh Chandraesh Gupta of CMIC Anand Nagar, Rawatpur, Kanpur seventh with 90.60 per cent, Ankur Shukla of PT RPMIC, Yashoda Nagar, Kanpur eighth with 90.40 per cent, Alok Dwivedi of BNSDSN Inter College, Kanpur eighth with 90.40 per cent, Abhinav Bhatnagar of BNSDSN Inter College, Kanpur ninth with 90 per cent and Vikas Kumar Tripathi of CRTSVMIC, SKS Bazaar, Maharajganj tenth with 89.60 per cent.
The pass percentage of girl students was more than the boys’ with 6.39 per cent this year in comparison to last year’s performance. Pratapgarh had the highest pass percentage of students this year with 96.70 per cent while Aligarh the lowest with 66.89 per cent. In Allahabad, 90.89 per cent students cleared the Intermediate exams. However, it failed in making any place on the merit list.
Kanpur dominated on the merit list with 26 students, while Lucknow stood second with 10 students out of 45 on the list.
Announcing the results, director of Secondary Education Sanjay Mohan and secretary ofParishad Basudev Yadav in a joint press conference said despite the increase of 5,58,141 students in this year’s examination, the result was declared on the same date like previous year.
They said all the passed examinees may collect their marksheets along with certificates from their respective colleges after May 30. Both would also be made available in English. In 42 districts regular students would be given certificate with their photos.
Supplementary examination system had been scrapped from this year. As a result 24,283 students have benefited in the intermediate examination this year.
The exams were conducted between March 4 and April 10 at 6011 examination centres. Evaluation of answersheets was carried out from April 12 to 26 by 33,435 examiners in the state. A total of 1650883 examinees appeared in the inter exam this year.