Narsinghpur dist tops Class-5 & 8 board results


Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
After 12 years in MP, the result of primary and middle examinations was released on the board pattern. Rashmi Arun Shami, Principal Secretary, School Education Department and Dhanraju S, Director of State Education Center released the result. Narsinghpur district topped in the fifth and eighth examinations in the state. 98.03% students of Narsinghpur district passed in the fifth examination and 95.68% students passed in the eighth examination. 14 lakh 29 thousand students had appeared in both these examinations. 8 lakh 26 thousand 824 students had given the fifth examination, out of which 90.01% i.e. 7 lakh 44 thousand 247 students have passed. At the same time, 7 lakh 56 thousand 967 students appeared in the 8th examination, out of which 82.35% i.e. 6 lakh 23 thousand 370 students have passed.

Merit list not released
The school education department released the exam results of class 5th and 8th on the board pattern but did not release any merit list for the state and district. PS Rashmi Arun Shami of the department said on this matter that we do not want the inferiority of the smart and weak in the primary and middle level children, so only the result has been released. But the merit list is not released.

Shahdol division tops in 5th exam
Shahdol division has come first in the fifth examination. 94.11% students of Shahdol passed in the 5th examination while 92.67% in Chambal division, 92.27% in Bhopal division, 92.24% in Indore division, 92.03% in Narmadapuram division, 92.67% in Jabalpur, 90.54% in Gwalior, 88.62% in Ujjain , 86.24% in Sagar, 83.31 percent students of Rewa division have passed in the fifth examination.

Indore division students excel in the exam
Among the students of class VIII studying in government schools of MP, the students of Indore division are at number one. In the result released by the State Education Center, 88.77% of Indore division is at number one, 87.73% in Shahdol, 87.69% in Narmadapuram, 87.26% in Bhopal, 85.59% in Jabalpur, 83.86% in Ujjain, 83.18% in Chambal, 78.04% in Gwalior. The result has been 75.89% in Sagar and 68.90 percent in Rewa division.
State Education Center Director Dhanaraju S said that the subject in which the student has failed in these examinations will be examined again for the same subject. Local teachers will prepare it in the month of June. 29355 examination centers were set up for these examinations. Scrutiny of answer sheets was done at 975 evaluation centers.