Ramayani Roy 10th topper from Bihar wants to become a journalist

Ground Report | New Delhi: The Bihar Board (BSEB) released the enrollment results on Wednesday, ie class 10. The special thing was where the boys had topped the Inter results. Education Minister Vijay Kumar and BSEB President announced that Ramayani Roy passed 10th place with the highest marks of 97.40%.

Ramayani Roy from Patel High School in Daudnagar of Aurangabad passed the exam by scoring 487 out of 500 points with a total of 97.4%. Saniya Kumari from Project Girls High School-Rajauli in Nawada and Vivek Kumar Thakur from New Upgrade High School, Madhubani have shared second place with 97.2% each. Pragya Kumari from Utkramit Madhyamik School-Goh in Aurangabad has secured third place with 97% marks.

She said that her future dream is she wants to become a journalist and wants to report on what should happen instead of what is happening.

Ramayani, daughter of Dr. Jitendra Kumar Bhola, a veterinarian and government school teacher Kiran Kumari, wants to pursue her career in journalism. “I want to be a journalist because I am impressed with the way they present the news on television. They are my idols. For higher education, I will be moving to Patna. I will do my class XII with the science flow”, said the girl.

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RankNameMarks
1Ramayani Roy487
2Saniya Kumari486
2Vivek Kumar Thaku486
3Prayaga Kumari485
4Nirjala Kumari484
5Anurag Kumar483
5Susan Kumar483
5Nikhil Kumar483

A total of 16,11,099 students had taken the matriculation class 10 exams, of which 7,90,920 were girls and 8,20,179 were male students. This year, 4,24,857 achieved first division, 5,10,411 students achieved second and 3,47,637 obtained third division.

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