CBSE Class 10 result 2019: The 15-year-old Priyanshu has topped the Bihar State in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) class 10 exams. He has secured 495 marks out of 500 marks.
Priyashu Raj, who has studied at DAV School, Patna’s board colony, has earned 99 percent. He is very happy about this achievement. His parents are too happy.
CBSE’s 10th results were announced on Monday. Top 3 students include 97 students. In this 10th year, 13 students got the number 499 and got the number one place. At the same time, the Board of Patna remained topper of Priyanshu Raj Bihar of DAV Public School located in Colony. Priyanshu got 495 numbers. While the tradition of Trident Public School in Muzaffarpur, Banka Raj of St. Michael Academy of Patna and Aditi Anjan of the Notre Dame Academy, has been jointly third in the list with 494 points.
Similarly, by taking 493 points, two test takers have replaced the third place. Among them, Govind Kumar of Saint Joseph School, NTPC, Harsh Raj of Kahalgaon and Sd Vidyapeeth of Samastipur, jointly secured the third position. Please tell that 91.86 percent examinees have been declared successful in Patna Region.
Priyashu told that he wants to become astronomer by studying further. For this, he will study engineering. Admission is also held in Fiji for this. He wants to find out about the mysteries of space by becoming an astronomer, to find out about it.
Priyashu also gave information about his studies. He told that apart from the school, he used regular 5 to 6 hours of education at home. Teachers and parents used to support them there. His father’s support was the highest. Dad used to study for me and then taught us at home. He told that whatever you read, concentrated and read, only success will get success. He also told that a good result was expected, but it would be good, it was not trust.