UP Board Result Kanpur Toppers: Kanpur city has seen the maximum number of toppers of the UP board examination. Four students from the same school have also made it to the topper list from the same city.
UP Board Exam 10th Kanpur Toppers:
Out of 10 students who scored maximum marks in this year’s class 10th examination of Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (UP Board), five are from Kanpur city, out of which four are from the same school.
The result of this year’s 10th examination of Uttar Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (UP Board) was declared on Saturday.
According to the declared result, Prince Patel of Kanpur Nagar stood first with 97.67 per cent marks, while Kiran Kushwaha stood third with 97.50 per cent marks.
Palak Awasthi stood fifth with 97.17 per cent marks, Naini Verma at ninth position and Pranshi Dwivedi at 10th position. Apart from Prince, the other four students of Kanpur in the list of top 10 successful candidates are students of Shivaji Inter College, Arrah.
According to the news received from Kanpur, Prince Patel of Kanpur, who secured 97.67% marks in the 10th class examination, is originally from Ibrahimpur in Bindki tehsil of Fatehpur.
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Prince enrolled in ninth at Anubhav Inter College in Murlipur, Kanpur and studied in hostel. Prince’s father Ajay Kumar is a farmer and mother Shivkanti Devi is a housewife.
The prince told that studies should never be done by looking at the time, when you feel like then you should sit down to study. Prince liked to study mathematics and science more than other subjects. Prince’s dream is to serve the country by going to the National Defense Academy (NDA). He had set this goal in his childhood.
Releasing the 10th results in the auditorium of the UP Board of Secondary Education in Prayagraj, Director of Education (Secondary) Dr Sarita Tiwari said that Prince Patel of Kanpur city stood first with 97.67 percent marks, while Sanskriti Thakur of Moradabad scored 97.50 percent. second and Kiran Kushwaha of Kanpur Nagar stood third with 97.50 per cent marks.
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Kannauj’s Aniket Sharma fourth with 97.33 percent marks, Kanpur Nagar’s Palak Awasthi fifth with 97.17 percent marks, Prayagraj’s Astha Singh sixth with 97.17 marks, Sitapur’s Ekta Verma seventh with 97 percent marks, Rae Bareilly’s Atharv Srivastava 97.
Naini Verma of Kanpur Nagar stood eighth with percentage marks, while Pranshi Dwivedi of Kanpur Nagar stood at 10th position.