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Rajasthan Board Result 2020: Vishvendra Singh Top By 99.40 percent marks

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Rajasthan board has stopped issuing toppers list for the time being.
Rajasthan Board Result 2020: In the year 2018, Vishvendra Singh Indoulia of Bharatpur topped the 12th Science. Know more details about them.

Rajasthan Board Result 2020

Rajasthan board is going to release the result of 12th science today. We all have our eyes on the toppers, but at present, the Rajasthan board does not release the list of toppers.

Actually, from the year 2018 onwards, the Rajasthan board stopped releasing the toppers list. In fact, after the release of the board results, the students invite their objections, which means if a student is not satisfied with his result, then he can register his objection. Later, the revised result is released after checking it. However, even after that, the Rajasthan board does not declare the topper’s name, instead, the gold medal is given to the topper directly.

Vishvendra wants to become an IAS

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So that’s why the topper’s name was announced earlier in the year 2018 itself. That year Vishwendra Singh Indoulia of Bharatpur topped the 12th Science. Vishwendra, 15, of village Baseri of Roopwas subdivision, had scored the highest 99.40 percentile. After this success, Vishwendra had said that his dream has come true. He will be able to fulfill his dream of becoming an IAS officer. Vishvendra also said that he would fulfill his dream of becoming an IAS after taking admission in IIT.

This year a petition was filed to cancel the exam

Explain that some parents had filed a petition in the Supreme Court to cancel the Rajasthan Board Examination. Which was canceled by the Supreme Court. A special bench of three judges headed by J AM Khanwilkar in the Supreme Court had heard a necessary plea against the parents’ decision to conduct the state board examination for the scheduled class 10 to class 12 of the Rajasthan government. The Supreme Court had said that the Rajasthan HC order was challenged a month ago and since then Kovid-19 positive cases have not come in the examination centers.

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