Karnataka: Class 10th boy scored 624 marks from 625, sent exams paper for re-evaluation, got full marks

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Published by Soniya Kaur on 09 Jun 2018

The joint topper Mohammad Kaif Mulla in the Karnataka state board Class 10 exams wants to know that where he lost that one elusive mark when he scored 624 marks out of a total possible 625. Then he sent his exams paper for re-evaluation and the Board result declared him the sole topper after he managed to gain full marks.

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Kaif had scored full marks in all subjects except Science. The student of St Xavier’s High School in Karnataka’s Belgaum, Kaif set himself in the top spot among 13 lakh students.

Kaif wants to become an IAS officer and will choose Science stream in Class 11 and is the son of two teachers Haroon Rashid Mulla and Parveen Mulla. His father, Haroon, works as an Urdu teacher in a government primary school, while his mother teaches Kannada in a government high school. No doubt, how he scored full marks.

Kaif to news website TwoCircles.net said that “I was fully confident of getting 100% marks because after answering the papers, I confirmed all my written answers with my teachers, notebooks and model answer sheet. Fortunately, I found my all the answers were absolutely correct. Earlier, I got 624 (99.86%) marks but after re-evaluation, my result was as per my expectation”.

His father pointed out that Kaif was someone who did not spend time on distractions like social media. “Kaif is a very studios child who never wastes his time on useless things like social media etc. I want him to continue studying hard in order to achieve excellence at a higher level,” said Haroon.

The boy regularly has taken part in various extracurricular activities in school and was also the commander of the school NCC unit.

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