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In one of the rarest and most unique feats, a boy belonging to the city of Mumbai has obtained exactly 35 marks in each of his subjects in the class 10th board examination of the Maharashtra Board. To pass in a subject, a student should have at least 35 marks in total. The boy, who is a resident of the Mira Road locality near Mumbai, scored the minimum marks that are required to clear the subject in all the exams that he gave.
The Maharashtra Board class 10th results were declared on 8th June 2019, Saturday. Post the result declaration, this particular student, Akshit Jadhav, became the talk of the town due to the eccentricity of the entire situation of his marks. Akshit studied in the Shanti Nagar High School which is also located in Mira Road. The bizarre nature of his result has made him a hot topic in the news.
Ganesh Jadhav, the father of Akshit Jadhav, spoke to the media and press and told that his son was really surprised after he saw his score. He added that Akshit was expecting an aggregate percentage of around 55 per cent.
Akshit earned some limelight of the media after the results were out and he basked in the attention he got. Several reporters and local news channels rushed over to his place for interviewing him on his unusual and unconventional (for completely different reasons) feat.
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Akshit’s father also spoke to the reporters and said that students who give the board exams attempt every question and anticipate that they will manage to get a high score but sometimes they might end up getting a low score. On the other hand, Akshit secured the minimum marks required for passing and his family is happy that he was able to clear the class 10th board exams.
Inputs from NDTV