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These students scored 100 on 100



Out of the 72 students who had appeared for SSLC examinations held in March, Kumari Neha Antin, Kumari Mobinara Qazi, Santosh Kiwati and Deepak Kudrimani each have scored 100 per cent marks in Mathematics. Eighteen students have passed with distinction and the rest of the students, with first class. Liberal Education Society’s Mayur School has, therefore, achieved 100 per cent results.

Khanatti
Government High school of Khanatti village has secured 95.45 per cent results in the SSLC examination with five students gaining distinction, said Head Master M R Munji. Prakash Malabadi stood first in the school and second in the centre, Sharada Yargudri secured 89.28 and Pratibha Radderatti stood third in the school with 87.51 per cent.

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